At Astral, we are committed to supporting employment practices which offer equal opportunity to all employees, regardless of age, gender, race, skin colour, nationality, ethnicity, religion, civil status, sexual orientation, or disability.
We are also committed to providing a welcoming, respectful, and inclusive work environment, where all employees are treated fairly and have equal opportunity for professional advancement. Moreover, we are committed to having policies and practices directed toward cultural diversity, ensuring a fair, equal and accurate representation of ethnic, cultural, and racial groups as well as native peoples.
Finally, as an equal opportunity employer, Astral is committed to accommodating the needs of people living with disabilities.
To consult the Annual Cultural Diversity Report submitted to the CRTC by Astral since 2003, please click here
Astral Scholarships (Recruitment period closed)
Astral scholarships are awarded each year to two students who are members of a visible minority or Aboriginal, residing in Canada and pursuing university or collegial studies in broadcasting. These scholarships provide the two recipients with the unique opportunity to participate in the 2011 Banff World Media Festival to be held from June 12 to 15.
Internship Mandate (French speaking student only) (Recruitment period closed)
Jointly presented by Astral and TVA within Médiasdiversité forum, this internship is to mandate the transformation of the site mediasdiversite.ca
into an interactive portal. The internship will be made by a student who is member of a visible minority or Aboriginal or with disabilities and will take the form of a twelve-week internship during summer 2011.
Founded in 2005 by Astral Media and TVA, Médiasdiversité (previously known as Télédiversité until 2009) is a forum committed to reflecting and representing cultural diversity in Québec private media. Médiasdiversité is intended as much for media industry decision-makers as for Aboriginals, members of visible minorities, and persons with disabilities who are interested in media.