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Experience.com is looking for bloggers!
Specifically, we're looking for a college student, grad student or recent grad to write about working in the tech industry--whether that's engineering, biotech, software, whatever. Someone who can share his/her perspective on getting started on a tech career path for the benefit of other young people around the country.
You should be a lively writer with a drive to inform as well as entertain, your tone should be engaging and personable, and you should have your finger on the pulse of the millennial generation.
Your responsibilities will include posting at least once a week about a topic relevant to college-aged readers. In return you will receive a $250 stipend for your semester's work, while gaining valuable hands-on experience to add to your resume.
Additional Details: This is a remote, contract position for the Spring semester.
Application Method: Apply using this url - http://www.experience.com/alumnus/survey?group_hnd=5149
Any folks out there a fan of the HBO program Big Love, please check out the new Private Icon for Nylon Magazine (nylonmag.com) that I pitched and put together. This prairie chic look is based on Chloe Sevigny's character Nicki Grant, who plays one of three polygamist wives. The rest of the story is HERE >>>
Jason Wilson, a former editor-in-residence at Emerson and the editor of the annual best in travel writing collection, has relaunched a version of H.L. Mencken's Smart Set magazine. It's published in conjunction with Drexel University and is an online publication. You can find it at The Smart Set.
Jason e-mailed me to let me know that The Smart Set is looking for good columns. The publication pays. Jason wrote:
"...I wanted to see if you'd pass along to the students the opportunity to write for The Smart Set. We pay $200 for 800-1000 word columns. We're looking for stuff for several of our open columns--Pertinent & Impertinent (on culture), Something Personal (personal essay/memoir); On Dining (essays on food & culture); Grand Tour (short travel essays). In fact, please pass this along to any of your graduate writing students who might be interested."