Your career in journalism and communication starts here!

INCA has trained students for opportunities in media organizations and communication departments throughout Saskatchewan and across Canada. Do you want to work at APTN, CBC, MBC radio, Regina Leader-Post, Eagle Feather News, Treaty 4 News, Saskatoon Tribal Council, CTV, Global Television? There are INCA alumni in all of those organizations, ready to train you, mentor you and support you as you embark on your career. Contact Shannon Avison savison@fnuniv.ca or 306-790-5950 x 3230.

INCA 284

Available this Fall 2015 -- Management Marketing and Advertising for Aboriginal Media Businesses (INCA 284-S01) on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10-11:15 in FN 1065 (INCA Lab). Students will meet successful publishers and producers, sales directors, marketing coordinators, social media experts, CEOs and finance officers. Call Lisa Bighead at 306-790-5950 x3140 or email Lisa at lbighead@fnuniv.ca for help with registration.

INCA 200 Summer Institute

The next INCA 200 Summer Institute will be in May-June 2016. This amazing 6-week course brings students together with professional Aboriginal journalists from CBC, CTV, Treaty 4 News, RezX, Regina Leader-Post, Saskatoon Star Phoenix, MBC radio and more. Contact Shannon Avison at 306-536-8069 if you are interested.

And was Reflections from 2011. The first part is about the Summer Institute.

INCA 290 Internship

Every INCA student completes an internship developed specifically for them. Desarae Eashappie completed her internship in Phoenix, Arizona at Native Peoples Magazine with Editor Mary Hudetz (left in photo). Desarae's feature article "Walking with our Sisters" was nominated and won best online feature by a student at the National Native Media Conference in Washington D.C.

Watch Reflections from 2011. The last part is about the Internships Students did that summer.

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RamsTV Host – Volunteer

RamsTV Host University of Regina Rams Football Club Status: Volunteer About RamsTV: The University of Regina Rams Football Club competes in the Canada West Conference in Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) against teams from Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver. RamsTV serves as the teams in-house media department producing videos for special events during the offseason

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Ideation Challenge – $35,000 in prizes

  We are working on a project to improve the health and wellness of Aboriginal Communities.    Indigenous peoples in Canada such as First Nations, Inuit and Métis people face some serious health-related challenges. For example: ·         15 per cent of new HIV and AIDS infections occur in Aboriginal people ·         Suicide rates among Inuit youth are among

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Current Job Opportunities at APTN

There are a number of opportunities with APTN!  1)      Casual Camera Editors in Whitehorse, YK; Ottawa, ON; and Vancouver, BC Camera%20Editor%20%28Casual%29%20Ottawa%20July%202015 Camera%20Editor%20%28Casual%29%20Vancouver%20June%202015 Camera%20Editor%20%28Casual%29%20Whitehorse%20June%202015   2)      Facilities Maintenance Coordinator in Winnipeg, MB Facilities%20Maintenance%20Coordinator%20%28Permanent%29%20Winnipeg%20July%202015   3)      Front Office Coordinator in Winnipeg, MB Front%20Office%20Administrator%20%28Permanent%29%20Winnipeg%20July%202015   Many thanks, Sarah Wilson  Human Resources Generalist  Aboriginal Peoples Television Network Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 2C3  P:  204-947-9331