Work at FCAT

The School of Interactive Arts and Technology, is an interdisciplinary research focused school where technologists, artists, designers and theorists collaborate in innovative research and immersive study. The School of Communication emphasizes critical thinking, reading, analysis and production while studying media and technology from a critical perspective, focusing on big data and technology studies, media and culture. The meeting of creative practice with academic inquiry is core to the School for the Contemporary Arts, which works to foster artists and scholars who are equipped to engage with and contribute to important contemporary dialogues, issues, and challenges. As the only postgraduate Publishing Program in Canada, our program is the premier training ground for publishing professionals where students are equipped with the tools they need to excel in the publishing industry. The Master of Digital Media is Canada’s first professional graduate program in digital media.

Positions

Digital Media Club Mentor Student Assistant

FCAT and SD36 are seeking two empathetic and motivated FCAT Student Assistants (SAs) to work together and facilitate six interactive workshops for at-risk youth. The SAs will prepare the workshops with support and guidance from a FCAT faculty member. Workshop content is up to the SAs but will feature software accessible to SD36 secondary school students, ex. Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator.

Deadline to apply: October 3, 2021

FCAT Social Media Ambassadors (15-20 hours)

The Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology is seeking enthusiastic students to create content for our social media channels from September–December 2021. The social media ambassador will report to the communications staff in their school and FCAT’s manager of communications and strategy.

Positions available:

  • CMNS Social Media Ambassador
  • SCA Social Media Ambassador
  • SIAT Social Media Ambassador

Deadline to apply: September 20, 2021

Community Youth Mentor, Student Assistant (Part-time)

SFU’s Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology (FCAT), in collaboration with Ethós Lab, is seeking two enthusiastic FCAT students to mentor youth, the majority of whom are Black, and guide them in twice weekly workshops exploring the connection between technology and artistic expression.

This position will take place at Ethós Lab, 2nd and Main St, Vancouver from October 12–December 10, 2021.

Deadline to apply: Sunday, September 26, 2021

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