Category: New Media
Youth Journalism Contributor
Felice NewsCategory: New Media
Salary: See Above
Duration of Position: On-Going
Work Schedule: Unknown
You're really good at what you do, and you understand that quality always trumps quantity. You have your ear to the ground and know when interesting & uplifting stuff is happening (or has happened) in your community. You make mistakes rarely, and learn from them if and when you do. You learn quickly, and you can write (or photograph or illustrate or whatever it is you do) under a deadline without being sloppy.?Commitment. You are comfortable contributing at least once a month, every month, and when you say that you'll do something, you'll do it. (Oh, and you'll do a wicked job at it. See: above.) ??Enthusiasm. You really, really, really, really care about the world, and you really, really, really, really want to work for us. You follow Felice regularly and know how we do things, but you're also eager to add your voice to the site and make us even better.
As part of our Youth Reporters Program, all of our reporters must be aged 12 to 25, in a mission to get more youth involved in world affairs, and occupy their time to ensure that they are not becoming involved with the wrong crowds.
How To Apply:
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with a short description including your age, educational background, journalism experience, why you are interested in writing for Felice News, and a 250-500 word article showcasing your ability.
Deadline To Apply: Aug. 31, 2012
Posted: 07/12/2012 - 01:57 p.m.
Modified: 07/12/2012 - 03:56 p.m.
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