University Women Campus Contributors and Editors are career-driven campus leaders, journalists, and bloggers looking to build their writing and editorial portfolio, expand their network, and shape the conversation of multicultural women online. Apply today, represent your college campus, and contribute news to a network of 40k+ professionals.
Why should I participate?
This is an opportunity to represent your college campus on a platform with a fast-growing readership! Hone your skills as a journalist, blogger, or copy editor by producing content surrounding women of color in business and entrepreneurship. You will become a representative of Walker’s Legacy and gain published writing samples along the way.
Why will I be responsible for?
Campus Contributors are responsible for the creation of content about all things women of color in business while Campus Editors are responsible for copy editing and ensuring its campus’ articles align with the Walker’s Legacy mission to engage, equip, and inspire a global community.
What you will gain:
Having your articles published to our growing readership gives you a competitive edge with employers and graduate programs. Published content displays your ability to understand and convey a message on an array of business topics.
Access to Influencers:
The Walker’s Legacy network is comprised of accomplished women from around the world. Our network includes company founders, CEOs, executives, authors, and other women in positions of power and influence.
Contributors will have access and opportunities to engage with our nation-wide programming which includes but is not limited to professional conferences, training, panel discussions, and clinics.
Who we’re looking for:
As a Walker’s Legacy Campus Contributor or Campus Editor, you will represent the growing brand of Walker’s Legacy as the premier organization for multicultural women in business and entrepreneurship and serve as leaders in student engagement on your respective campus. Applicants to the program should be:
- Enrolled as a student at an undergraduate or graduate institution
- Excellent writing, journalism skills
- Students with an eye for news and good judgment of relevance when seeking a story
- Digitally savvy
- Deadline oriented
- Able to take photos, video, and conduct interviews with the use of a smartphone
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