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Posted: June 01 2015
Company Location: Brooklyn, NY
Application Deadline: No Deadline
Position: 5 Part-time, Paid
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DescriptionAbout The Magazine
Schools of USA is on a mission to empower the next generation of African leaders, innovators and creators. We will help our readers (students and young professionals) fulfill their career aspirations by connecting them to educational opportunities and resources in the United States.
Our magazine is in its start-up phase, and we’re looking for writers who are passionate about our cause. This is a rare opportunity to obtain a collection of published writing samples on life changing topics whilst gaining valuable experience with youthful and ambitious magazine.
Compensation: Not all writing positions are paid at the moment; the number and length of articles will determine compensation.
ResponsibilitiesWe are looking for writers who are dynamic, and ready to explore unique topics. We need writers who can contribute 1-3 articles per issue.
RequirementsWho you are:
We’re looking for writers who love to investigate and dig deep for answers. A large part of our content will be based on interviews, so it will be important to have an understanding of how to ask pertinent questions, and elicit thoughtful responses. Perhaps more importantly, we’re looking for writers with a discerning curative and empathetic mind. You should understand or be very interested in understanding the journey of international students here in America.