JAM Call for Articles and Advertisements

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CALL FOR ARTICLES & ADVERTISEMENTS
The only Aboriginal Journal in Canada,
The Journal of Aboriginal Management (JAM) 17th Edition

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Get your message & brand in front of Key Aboriginal decision
makers, community members and this country’s largest
Association of Aboriginal Professionals. We are now accepting
advertisements for this issue.

In order to plan for our 17th issue, space confirmation is required by Friday, May 29, 2015

The material deadline is Tuesday, June 30, 2015.

AFOA Canada also invites article abstracts for contributions from professionals and educators who wish to write for the 17th edition of the Journal of Aboriginal Management (JAM). JAM will be published and distributed to our members and made available to all First Nation Communities and Aboriginal organizations in October 2015.

Click here to view the advertising and writing guidelines.

This edition of JAM will focus on the theme of “Communications”

AFOA Canada believes Communication plays a critical role in building credibility and upholding standards of accountability and leadership in an environment where relationships thrive on trust. The ability to communicate strategically in a clear, focused, reliable and respectful manner has the power to influence opinion, impact organizational effectiveness, and shape perceptions by others. The most successful communities and organizations are those with highly developed communication skills. This could mean communicating technical information, new strategies, seeking community feedback, relaying positive news and or handling a crisis.

Join other companies who are engaging with our members. JAM: The Journal of Aboriginal Management is the only professional journal for Aboriginal management and leaders in Canada.

The Journal provides;

  • information on professional trends and innovations in Aboriginal finance, management and governance,
  • interviews with leaders from across Canada,
  • articles from national and regional experts on various business related topics,
  • profiles of community based projects and initiatives,
  • solutions for Aboriginal professionals and the communities and organizations they work with,

JAM is published by AFOA Canada and it is distributed to over 2,000 Aboriginal senior decision-makers in First Nation, Inuit and Métis communities, educational Institutes. An on-line version is posted on our website

AFOA Canada was founded as a not-for-profit association in 1999 to help Aboriginal people better manage and govern their communities and organizations through a focus on enhancing finance and management practices and skills. AFOA Canada’s premise is that one of the keys to successful self-determination, creating a better life for Canada’s Aboriginal people and a better future for our next generation lies in improving the management skills of those responsible for the stewardship of Aboriginal resources.

After fifteen years in operation, AFOA Canada has become the centre for excellence and innovation in Aboriginal finance, management and leadership. It is the only organization in Canada that focuses on the capacity development and day-to-day needs of those Aboriginal professionals who are working in all areas of finance, management, band administration, leadership and program management.

 

We are Building a Community of Professionals

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Full page, inside front or back cover
Accepted file formats: EPS, TIFF, Minimum compression JPEG
SIZE – BLEED ON ALL SIDES: 8.5″w X 11″h
SIZE – NO BLEED: 7.25″w X 9.5″h

 

$3,500

 

 

$4,500

Full page
Accepted file formats: EPS, TIFF, Minimum compression JPEG
SIZE – BLEED ON ALL SIDES: 8.5″w X 11″h
SIZE – NO BLEED: 7.25″w X 9.5″h

 

 

$2,500

 

 

$3,500

Half page
Accepted file formats: EPS, TIFF, Minimum compression JPEG
SIZE – BLEED ON ALL SIDES: 8.5″w X 5.375″h
SIZE – NO BLEED: 7.25″w X 4.625″h

 

 

$1,000

 

 

$1,500

**Please note that should you wish to place an advertisement into JAM, we do request you to submit it in both languages.

In order to plan for this issue, we need confirmation from you by Friday, May 29th on whether or not you wish to submit an advertisement in the October 2015 issue of JAM.

Click here to view the advertising and writing guidelines.

The deadline for all material is Tuesday, June 30th 2015

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Click here for a preview our most recent issue of JAM.

If you are interested in any of these options, please contact Jody Anderson at janderson@afoa.ca or call toll free 1-866-722-2362 ext. 103

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