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Applications Now Open: Join the aAh! 2019/2020 Team

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aAh! – Manchester Metropolitan University’s official student magazine


aAh! is currently recruiting for a number of voluntary roles for the upcoming 2019/2020 academic year. Successful applicants will be invited to team meetings and training sessions in September/October 2019.


Get Involved

At aAh! we aim to provide a safe and supportive space in which students volunteers can be creative and have their voices heard, while boosting their confidence – and their CV – with skills in journalism, editing, publishing, social media, event management and much, much more.

If you are interested in working with aAh! and the Manchester Met student media teams, there are plenty of ways that you can get involved and gain invaluable experience alongside your studies. 

We are currently recruiting for a number of volunteer roles and welcome applications and contributions from all students. All Manchester Met students are able to apply and you don’t necessarily have to have previous experience or be studying journalism — our only requirement is a demonstrable passion for student media.


Freelance Contributors: Writers, photographers, filmmakers and illustrators – Register Interest

We are looking for writers, illustrators, filmmakers and photographers on an ongoing basis to help make aAh! online and print platforms an informed, inspiring, witty and opinionated collection of student voices and talents that make our city brilliant. All Manchester Met students and alumni are invited to send in freelance contributions to be considered for publication.

We’d like to build a team of talented writers with an awareness of current news, trends and what makes great viral content, to source and produce high quality and thought-provoking articles to be posted across the aAh! website and social media platforms.

Categories: News | Opinion | Culture | Fashion & Lifestyle | Sport

Art & Design | Books |Columnists | Film | Games | Fashion & Beauty | Food | Health & Fitness | Music | Poetry | Recipes | Relationships | Reviews | Short stories |Stage | TV & Radio

Once you’ve registered your interest as a Freelance Contributor, you will then receive information on training sessions, events and submission deadlines for projects including the aAh! online and print magazine.


Editorial Team Roles – Application Form

We have a number of exciting opportunities for Manchester Met students to become members of the core aAh! editorial team. Current positions available include:

  • Journalist (All categories)​
  • News & Features Editor (Local news, Business, Politics, Environment, Science, Tech)
  • Opinion Editor (Opinion, Columnists, Letters, Cartoons)
  • Culture Editor (Film, Music, TV & Radio, Books, Art & Design, Stage, Games)
  • Lifestyle Editor (Food, Recipes, Travel, Health and Fitness, Women, Love and Sex, Beauty, Money)
  • Fashion Editor (Features, Style Guide, News, Interviews, Profiles)
  • Sport Editor (Football, Rugby, MMU Sport and more)
  • Creative Editor (Creative writing projects including poetry and creative collaborations)
  • Subeditor (All categories)

This is a great opportunity to gain an insight into the world of journalism, to pick up genuine employability skills and contacts and meet new people. Full training and support will be provided.

All editorial team members are expected to be committed and work diligently with the rest of team to ensure the online and print magazines are to a consistent high standard. They are also required to run monthly meetings for contributors and editors to attend and pitch stories and plan workloads. They must act as mentors for their contributors and work to engage them in aAh! and help them to improve their writing and understanding of journalism.


Social Media Roles – Application Form

  • Social Media Marketer – Facebook and Twitter)
  • Social Media Marketer – Instagram)
  • Professional Networks – LinkedIn)

As part of our growing Social Media Marketing team, you will be in charge of improving and overseeing high quality social media output to ensure we reach a wide audience.


Graphic Design – Application Form

  • Graphic Designers (Print and online projects)

We are looking for talented Graphic Designers to work collaboratively on a range of projects including aAh! print magazine, associated online platforms and marketing campaigns.


Photography and Illustration – Application Form

  • Photographers (Print and online projects)
  • Illustrators (Print and online projects)

Showcase your creativity and establish a portfolio by working on live aAh! collaborative projects.


aAh! Audio/Podcasting – Register Interest

We’re looking for talented, ambitious individuals to support aAh! growth into audio – creating arts and culture content. Think you’ve got what it takes to host your own podcast? Would you like to work alongside other students to produce engaging content? Register your interest online to receive an invitation to our team meetings, training and pitching sessions and events.

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