Tots To Teens Magazine is on the search for teens that love to write and want to share with our readers their views on important subject matters relating to current events, school issues and social issues. It will help to build self-esteem, confidence, and give students a place to voice their opinions and thoughts in a fun, yet safe environment.
This is a volunteer writing gig, and while you will not be getting paid for this, you will be able to use the Tots To Teens Magazine platform to share your thoughts and be heard, with some benefits along the way.
The Tots To Teens writing program will run from September 13, 2011 through May 29, 2012. The writing program is open to teen’s aged 13-17. You can select your own topic to write about or we can give you a list of current topics and you can pick from there. You would be required to write at least 5-8 articles that we can share on our blog (that comes to about 1 article a month throughout the program timeframe).
If you decide to work with us through the entire program, we would be more than happy to write a letter on your behalf, which may be used when seeking out potential employers or schools. You might even be able to gain extra credit from your middle school language arts teachers but that will need to be discussed between you and your teacher, we can also speak to them if you’d like.
If you would like more information on our teen writing program, please email us at email@example.com
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