Become a Contributor

Writers | Photographers | Designers | Illustrators

Contributors are the core of Link magazine. They share their ideas, write amazing articles, interview amazing people, and so much more. Bring your diverse talents and insights to every issue. Create something you are proud of! Contributors are freelance workers, and work (and are paid) based on the projects they complete. Earn money at your own pace by contributing to your BCIT student magazine! No matter your background, we want you to take advantage of the opportunity to learn, earn, and gain experience you can carry with you at BCIT & Beyond.

Link Issue Themes & Dates

Link sets a theme for each issue, but not all content needs to match this theme. You’re encouraged to be creative!
September: BCIT Community & Student Life  | October: Mental Health & Wellness  | November: Heritage & Community | January: Technology & Innovation February: Sex & Romance | March: Student Election Special |
April: Comedy | Summer: Open Theme


The Details


Rates are a guideline only and are subject to change without notice. Please review the rate guide below, and always confirm your rate of pay with your editor before publication. For legal reasons, students must be located in Canada to receive payment.

Editorial Meetings

Link holds an open editorial meeting each month between August-April, and all BCIT students are welcome! This is the best time to meet the team, share your ideas, and ask questions. Meetings are just one hour long, and are in-person or online.

Staff Positions

Link and the BCITSA Publications Department accept BCIT student practicums and interns on an ongoing basis throughout the year. Please email with an expression of interest.

Right to Refuse

Link reserves the right to refuse any submission including (but not limited to) article pitches, written works, photographs, videos, illustrations, and advertisements. No guarantee is made to publish work unless expressly committed to in a written and signed contract. Refusal will never be made on grounds related to skin colour, race, marital status, family background, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, or a disability.