An incubator for Indigenous talent
APTN is committed to the professional development of its workforce. All employees receive support for ongoing training with up to $1,800 available for each employee per year.
An investment in our communities
The network supports First Nation, Inuit and Métis students who contribute to their community through their area of study by awarding three scholarships a year valued at $2,000 each.
A gender parity environment
APTN fosters a gender balanced workforce. The average age of APTN employees is 44 with a 51% to 49% female-to-male ratio.
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APTN is proud to play an important role in supporting the career development of Indigenous students. Our scholarships and extensive internship program help students on their road to successful careers in the world of TV broadcasting.
66% of employees have indigenous ancestry
5 paid internships and3 work experiences sponsored in 2018