Rogers Media is Canada’s largest and most dynamic publisher of magazines and digital content. It produces more than 50 well-known magazines including Chatelaine, Maclean’s and HELLO! Canada.
Established in 2012, Rogers Media’s M-School provides interns with an opportunity to gain invaluable, real-world industry experience that will enhance classroom learning. The fast-paced, one-of-a-kind program focuses on three Ms: Magazine content, Multimedia and Multiplatform. Interns will benefit from on-the-job mentoring across all areas of publishing, including Editorial, Design, Sales & Marketing, Operations and Photo/Video Journalism.
M-School is an exceptional opportunity to interact with some of the industry’s most influential leaders. One of the most exciting features of the curriculum is the classroom seminars, which are led by Rogers Media VIPs and give students exposure to different areas of the business, providing a 360-degree overview of the entire publishing environment.
We’re looking for enthusiastic current students or recent grads with a passion for multiplatform media to work with and learn from our first-class team of publishing professionals. Network and learn from industry experts. Share your talent, energy and ideas with our innovative media teams. Be a part of the evolution of digital publishing as we delve further into the exciting world of multiplatform content creation.
We value our M-School students and work hard to make sure they are happily learning and getting everything they can out of the program. Our ideal candidates are creative, highly motivated multitaskers with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Think you’re up to the task? Apply now!
Meet the M-School team
Christine Johnston – M-School Executive Sponsor
Chris is a 25-year veteran of Rogers Media. She joined Maclean’s magazine in 1989 and became Assistant to the Editor when Rogers purchased Maclean Hunter in 1994. Chris has worked across Media brands for all of her career and most recently was the Director of Publishing Operations. She started M-School in 2012 and watched it grow while she worked at Next Issue Canada. She returned to Rogers Media in July 2014 as Director of Business Planning, and is happy to be overseeing the M-School program once again.