Got opinions? Want an audience? Like to be in the dialogue?
If you're selected as one of the C-Note bloggers, we'll pay you $100 every four weeks for the privilege of featuring your thoughts and ideas, starting this spring.
For this blogging position, you must be in high school (ninth through 12th grade) in the spring semester of 2015, or the homeschool equivalent.
As a blogger, you'll have your own title for your series of posts. You can see the titles we're using now, "Financial Intelligence" and "Dreamers of the Day,"
It's a fantastic opportunity to showcase and develop your writing skills and be a part of the blogging community—while getting paid. Sound like a fun way to earn 100 bucks every four weeks?
Visit our current bloggers online to learn a little about them, and to visualize yourself in their shoes over the next year. Then, send your request for the application and job description to Kory Seymour, C-Note college intern:
• E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Subject line: C-Note blogger application request
Request your application before Feb. 27, 2015.
We take your privacy seriously on C-Note and do not display your last name or sell your information to third parties. You'll never have to worry about spam from us filling up your inbox!
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