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Job: Three Jobs at the Electronic Frontier Foundation

October 18, 2013


All ye digital do-gooders have just found your most exciting blog post of the week, right here, because here are three hands-on jobs for one of the most badass units at the intersection of the internet and personal rights. They’re looking for an international project coordinator, a web developer, and a finance director. None of […]

Internet Uncut: Daryl Hatton of Fundrazr

November 23, 2011


Well, I’m just stone-cold chuffed. This one-shot, uncut video thang is going to be a semi-regular series, and I’m very pleased that we’re kicking this off with a worthy cause: Fundrazr! Fundrazr is a Vancouver startup which allows people to leverage their social networks to raise money for worthy causes. One of the causes they’re […]

Social Enterprise Dragons Call for Entry

January 28, 2010


Got this from Cavelle on the SEARCHgrads email from the Alliance for Arts and Culture. Please note that you MUST be a social enterprise owned by a registered nonprofit to qualify for this. If you’re a sole proprietor of a business, for instance, however impressive your social mandate (like me) you’re SOL and have to […]

Timeraiser Vancouver Call to Artists

May 30, 2009


Met the woman behind this event yesterday at a Tweetup. Pretty interesting; art for a good cause, and the artists get paid (for once!) Vancouver Timeraiser 2009 Call to Artists | Closing June 10, 2009 | Call Requirements: Artist Statement Artist Bio Artist CV Artwork Submissions Description: Submit your art to a call that pays […]

First Thursdays for Arts and Cultural Workers

May 15, 2009


First Thursdays Alibi Room 5:30 pm For those of you who have a hand in running an arts organization. If you spend your days writing grants, staring at spreadsheets, contemplating how to grow your audience…. well, it’s time to get out of the office! We want YOU to come out to our casual get-together every […]

DOC workshop: funding your first documentary

March 27, 2009


From a press release from DOCBC: This coming Tuesday at SFU downtown. Carts of Darkness is amazing, if you haven’t already seen it.