We are currently looking for guest bloggers to join us
Have you been working in a particular field for a while, where English is commonly used as a lingua franca? Would you like to get a stage to portray your expertise in a particular direction involving communication-related matters? Do you like writing and is your writing coherent and overall ‘good to excellent’? Do you hold an academic Master’s degree? Then, we hope to welcome you to the team.
The main objective is to blog about topics in the realm of language and communication and specifically in the occupational domain in which we aim to offer strategies and tactics for professionals to use to be able to communicate more effectively in English. As English is commonly used as a lingua franca, this would be highly relevant to most professionals out there. Note that this experience will offer you not only a stage to display your expertise but you will also be able to build a writing portfolio, which may be useful for future reference.
We are looking for someone:
- who holds a university bachelor’s or master’s degree
- with a few to several years of professional experience in an international occupational domain.
- with a keen interest in business communication, intercultural communication or interest in similar topics.
- with relatively well-developed writing skills in English.
- who would be willing to blog at least once a month.
Interested? Please send your resumé and motivation, including a couple of writing samples to firstname.lastname@example.org and she’ll contact you to discuss matters further. We’re looking forward to meeting you!
Know anyone who might be interested? Please share this with anyone who would be interested in this; we’d really appreciate it, so thanks in advance.
Still a master’s student? Interested in blogging?
Still a student? Studying International Business Communication, Business Administration, Language and Communication Coaching, L&D or are you currently enrolled in a similar, relevant programme? Then, we might be also interested in collaboration. Just send us your resumé, motivation and some samples to email@example.com and she’ll contact you to discuss matters further. If you don’t have any samples yet, no worries and contact us anyway. Note, however, that we’ll probably give you an assignment to complete to see if you’re a good fit. We look forward to hearing from you, too!