Blueprint Magazine Hiring 2019-2020

Blueprint, Laurier’s quarterly literary arts magazine that publishes visual art, photography, prose and more, is currently looking to hire students for internship positions for the 2019-2020 academic year. If you’re interested in web or visual design, production, marketing, or event planning, and want to make next year Blueprint‘s best yet, make sure you get involved!


In collaboration with the executive web editor, Blueprint Web Interns will have the opportunity to assist in web presence and content strategy. Interns will have the opportunity to get their feet wet and develop their skills with the basics of web design and upkeep, so an enthusiasm to learn is important for this position.


Production Interns will have the opportunity to work aside the production manager to ensure the quality and construction of the issue. Interns must work efficiently both individually and in a group dynamic.


In collaboration with the promotions manager, Interns will have the opportunity to contribute to publicizing Blueprint’s brand and perception, both on campus and in the community. Interns will have the opportunity to have a significant impact on Blueprint’s name and image.


Interns work along with the events manager to help maintain and facilitate launch parties and workshops. Individuals will have the opportunity to assist the art and literary departments with planning and coordination of events.

Internships at Blueprint

These roles give you the opportunity to grow your professional skills and challenge yourself in an environment focused on growth and development by creating high-quality products that are enjoyed by the Laurier and Kitchener-Waterloo community. They provide a great opportunity to build experience in student media and creative fields, help you grow your portfolio, and allow you the chance to be apart of one of the most inclusive, friendly, and fun organizations on the Laurier campus.

In the last few years, Blueprint has grown into a thriving community and international arts magazine. The publication hopes to continue expanding its contributor base and increase the magazine’s community growing local and international presence over the coming year.

How to Apply

If this sounds like the type of volunteer position you’d like to contribute to, please send an email to with the following requirements:

    • Subject line “Blueprint Application: [Insert Position Title]”
    • A resume (.pdf is preferred) detailing experience relevant to the position
    • A 1-2 page platform outlining your interest in a role, and the ideas or skills that you would bring to the Blueprint team

Thank you for your interest in joining Blueprint‘s team! As applications are on an ongoing basis, and due to the high number of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted for a follow-up interview.

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