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Posted on: Mon, 2024-06-24 17:22
By: cjsfpr
UPDATE 7/16/2024: Applications are now closed - a big thank you to everyone who applied, and a warm welcome to our new CO&P and Programming Assistants for this summer!   Our summer Community Outreach & Promotions Assistant and Programming Assistant positions are back! Learn more about these positions (open to people aged 15-30 who are eligible to work in Canada) via the job descriptions...
Posted on: Thu, 2024-06-20 20:38
By: cjsfpr
It's only been a year since they've joined us, but the time has come to wish Nat all the best as they move on from the Arts & Entertainment Coordinator position here at CJSF. Do you have your ear to the pulse of arts, culture, and entertainment, both locally and beyond? Perhaps it's time for YOU to be CJSF's next ArtsCoord!    In this volunteer Exec position, you'll be responsible for...
Posted on: Mon, 2024-06-03 09:46
By: cjsfpr
We now have a Coordinator in the Production Department once again! Daniel Vas (he/him) has been settling into the Production Coordinator position for the past month or so, and would love to hear what local events and other goings-on you'd like us to announce on air in our PSAs: drop him a line at! Daniel is also the current host of the 2-3pm Open Mic on Mondays, and in his own...
Posted on: Thu, 2024-02-22 16:30
By: cjsfprog
Tune into a 3-part series recorded November 25, 2023 at the Djavad Mowafaghian World Art Centre at Simon Fraser University, co-sponsored by SFU Galleries and OR Gallery in conjunction with their exhibition, The Seventh, on the aesthetics of Indigenous art, which ran at OR Gallery from October 15, 2023 to February 10, 2024. Featuring Lauren Brevner and James Nexw’Kalus-Xwalacktun Harry in...
Posted on: Thu, 2024-02-22 09:21
By: cjsfpr
CJSF Record Club is a monthly musical meet-up here at CJSF 90.1 FM - think of it like a book club for music! To celebrate Black History Month, we invite you to bring music by your favourite Black artists or simply drop by and hang out at this month’s edition of CJSF Record Club, happening this coming Thursday, Feb. 29. Come meet your fellow CJSFers in person and swap music recommendations, all...
Posted on: Tue, 2024-02-13 09:37
By: cjsfpr
Into voiceover work? Able to edit audio in your sleep? Our search for a Production Department Coordinator continues, but perhaps you're what we're looking for to fill this opening. We're keeping this posting open until we find the right candidate, but don’t delay - send in your application today! As Production Coordinator, you will be training and assisting station members to use CJSF's...
Posted on: Wed, 2024-01-31 10:29
By: cjsfpr
Just in time for January's end, we present to you our Top 9 Album Picks of 2023, courtesy of CJSF Music department coordinator, Connor! How do we make our Album Picks? We personally listen to every piece of music that comes into CJSF's music library and write a short review about it - no particular order, just a list of music that's caught our fancy at some point last year. Check out our Top 9...
Posted on: Tue, 2024-01-23 11:46
By: cjsfpr
Calling all denizens of SFU Burnaby campus: CJSF's Meet and Greet is back for the Spring 2024 semester! Come meet our staff and volunteers, enjoy some free food, and learn about opportunities to: - Make radio
- Review arts and culture events
- Write for our website
- And more! Simply drop by our main studios at SUB 1420 (1st Floor) from 4pm to 5:30pm Thursdays between Jan. 25 and...
Posted on: Sun, 2024-01-07 12:50
By: cjsfpr
As heard on this past Friday's Department Uno (CJSF Music's weekly playlist show, on air from 1-2pm): here are CJSF's Top 100 charts for 2023! Every year, we put together this round-up of our volunteer show hosts' wide-ranging tastes, much like one of those Wrapped things you might have seen on your social feeds - only we do it the old-school way, featuring the albums we've played on air the...
Posted on: Wed, 2023-12-06 11:46
By: cjsfpr
What does it mean to bear witness? To be a part of something much larger and more intertwined than the limitations of the individual? How do we shift the paradigm of transactions rooted in impersonal exchanges of the material to intimate sharing between the self and the collective? In Indigenous philosophy, giving is intertwined with wealth and abundance and status is gained or lost depending on...