The Reclamation Project
Please apply for this position using this form:
Estimated time commitment: 3-5 hours per week; participating on a quarterly basis (as our magazine is published quarterly at the beginnings of March, June, September, and December)
- Design specific pages of our magazine (articles, artwork, etc.) according to the templates and branding deck of our Co-Creative Director, Alicia
- Brainstorm ways in which we can improve the visual style of our magazine and/or the magazine design process
- Help the Creative Directors develop unique, original branding decks and templates for future issues
- Demonstrate strong abilities in graphic design, typesetting, layout, etc.
Please note: If selected, you will be expected to begin immediately starting on February 10th
We accept international applications from anyone who is a part of Generation Z. If you are selected for this position, we will email you. You will not be contacted if you are not selected. These are not paid positions.
About The Reclamation Project
30 Cedarwood Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M2L 0A1, CA
We are a youth-led organization aiming to foster generations of informed, empowered, and anti-prejudiced people through education, advocacy, and amplification.
Led by youth, The Reclamation Project is a nonprofit organization that aims to foster generations of informed, empowered, anti-prejudiced people through education, advocacy, and amplification. The organization has its roots in Toronto, Canada and since it’s conception in March of 2020 has grown its following to over 22,000 with over 70 members of Gen-Z on staff. The first issue of The Radical was released in September of 2020 and featured over a dozen Gen-Z artists and writers.
The Reclamation Project is working towards 501-c3 nonprofit status and is currently run entirely on donations. We are also developing free resources for educators such as workshop templates and lesson plans to be released by the end of 2020. Staff members are all volunteers working towards the mission and vision of the organization.