Volunteer Writers Needed (Unpaid)

Milk & Mocha Interracial Community

Jobs For Writers

Posted 1.6.13

Volunteer Writers Needed (Unpaid)

Milk & Mocha Interracial Community – Work from Home Milk & Mocha Interracial Community Needs Volunteer Writers Milk & Mocha Interracial Community is dedicated to spreading love across the color lines. We support those who have questions regarding dating people who are not a part of their religious, racial, ethnic and cultural groups. Members of Milk & Mocha participate in thought provoking discussions about interracial relationships, interracial marriage and lots of other topics throughout our forum pages. We are a lifestyle community so we discuss all of the important aspects of our lives.

  • BRAND NEW
  • The CMS portion of our website is brand spanking new. It's in great need of awesome open minded writers.The content that you provide will help to shape the voice and editorial style of our website.
  • CONTENT GUIDELINES
  • Content must follow the guidelines listed below:
  • 1. Articles must be between 300 and 1000 words long
  • 2. Articles must include appropriate references and quotes as applicable
  • 3. Articles must be relevant to the Milk & Mocha Interracial Community and its mission
  • 4. Articles must be well written with no grammar, punctuation or spelling errors
  • 5. Relevant images should accompany articles
  • 6. ALL Articles must be original pieces written for the Milk & Mocha Interracial community
  • 7. NO PROFANITY allowed in the articles section of our website
  • FORMAT
  • Submissions must be provided in the following formats:
  • 1. Microsoft Word Document
  • 2. Notepad Document
  • COMPENSATION
  • This is strictly a volunteer arrangement. Volunteers will gain experience in their field. You will have the opportunity to add the experience that you gain here to your resume. We will also be more than happy to be a point of reference to future employers. Interested? Apply at http://www.milkandmocha.com/application-forms.php?appid=1

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