If you’re a high-school student or 2015 graduate, you’re eligible to work for Winnipeg’s premier advertising firm — McKim — for the summer of 2015 in our second annual Get Out Of The Basement campaign. You can be part of a dynamic team of your peers, helping to spread the word about the fun attractions, festivals and events in and around Winnipeg in summer.
We’re looking for teenaged boys and girls with communication, social media and digital media interests — everything from being in front of the camera to behind the keyboard. If you’re into video, video games, social media, theatre or music, then GOOTB is one of the best places to learn and explore work options that relate your interests and talents. By the end of the summer, you’ll have had a powerful paid work experience, attended many fun events and have a great career experience to add to your resume.
If you’re into this, please submit a minimum 500-word letter of application below. Tell us about yourself and don’t forget to include your contact information. If you have a resume, great.
We are planning on starting GOOTB on Thurs. July 2 and ending the program on Fri. August 28. The job will be Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Must be able to work after hours and on occasional weekends.
All applicants will be contacted, but only those short-listed will be interviewed.
The application deadline has been extended to Monday, March 30th, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. CST.
Please use this form to submit your application, along with your resume if you have one.
For many, including myself, you may consider Fort Whyte Alive more of a thing you go to on Elementary school field trips rather than an interesting place to visit. However, we enjoyed the Bison Safari which we got to go on twice, once with the general public, and then we got to go on again with the Shaw TV crew. The second time, the Guide left the gate that cuts off the field into two halves open, and the Bison noticed this. They then stampeded to the other side of the field that was plentiful with grass and other plants to eat.
The exhibits were cool and our tour guide (a pretty cool older man) took us into one of the big planes. My GOOTB compatriots enjoyed the big plane, and Ben even got to go onto a small training plane. He commented on how he could use the “strobe lights” in the plane to have a 4 person rave.
Benja Flies an Airplane
During the first week of the Winnipeg Fringe Festival some actors from Much Ado About Nothing asked us to interview them.
I had fun with the people I was with.
The Goldeyes game was pretty fun. I mean the players played well, and the stadium had a lot of neat restaurants, and there were Goldeyes stuff to buy as well.
Ai-Kon was a lot of play, and not much work. Our work was done quickly, and we just explored and enjoyed the con for most of the day. It was far and away the best event that the GOOTB (pronounced Goot-Buh) went to.
Has a Zoo, which is neat, and we saw the new Journey to Churchill exhibit where seals swim upside-down. And you can also rent bikes in the park which is pretty fun if you can get there in time to get a normal bike.
The Winnipeg Folk Fest is an event that the GOOTB crew went to on July 11th. There was plenty of Folk music, and it was extremely hot.
Getting Folky With It
Has a nice pool and nice park. The GOOTB crew visited this place the day after the Manitoba Museum. We thought the witch’s hexagram was interesting.