Canadian Association of Black Journalists and Communicators
AboutOpening doors for Black Canadian media professionalsMissionDevelop CABJ chapters across Canada. Create mutually beneficial affiliate relationship with the National Association of Black Journalists to increase global reach of CABJ members. Advocate for diversity in the media To give CABJ a presence in traditional media and non-traditional media To enhance service to members and increase CABJ’s membership base in regions across Canada To present CABJ membership opportunities to as wide an audience as possible. Offer hands-on workships and other diverse professional development opportunities to CABJ membershipCompany OverviewThe CABJ supports Black Canadian media professionals in all aspects of journalism and communications. It is an advocate for media professionals that promotes and encourages diversity in the workplace and equal opportunity for all races, genders and ages. General InformationWho can join CABJ? • Professional journalists, whether they work in print, television, radio or online. • Public relations and corporate communications professionals. • Students interested in a career in journalism. You should join CABJ because you're:
- a professional journalist who wants to network with other professionals.
- a professional who wants to mentor someone younger.
- a young or aspiring journalist who wants to be mentored.
- a young or aspiring journalist wants to network with people already in the business.
- interested in attending workshops that will sharpen your skills.
- interested in leading workshops that will sharpen your skills.
- excited about accessing journalism job postings.
- a person who wants to get involved...somehow, some way.