We are now offering David Boles Blogs Virtual Internships. If you are over 18-years-old if and you are interested in becoming a David Boles Blogs Virtual Intern — and you want to write articles for us — we want to hear from you!
To see how it feels to be an Author here, please post some Comments on our articles. That will show us who you are and what makes you think and wonder and it will also give you, and us, taste of what to expect from each other. Not all comments and commenters are approved, so be vigilant and prudent in what you say and how you communicate.
We don’t care where you live in the world — we only care about the quality of your writing and the magnitude of your passion. If you need help coming up with ideas, we will help you sort through your thoughts or even assign you topics to argue. You don’t have to be a student to serve a writing Internship with us.
When you finish your Internship, we guarantee you will have at least 15 outstanding, lengthy, articles under your belt that you can show to the world as proof of your genius and your sublime effort. If you’re still interested in pursuing an internship, please get in touch by using the “Contact” link in the menu bar above and tell us the following:
- Who Are You?
- Why do you want to write with us?
- Where can we visit you on the web to verify the history of your identity?
- Give us 15 article titles you hope to write for us.
- Do you need school credit or not?
- Provide a narrative biography showing us the sum of you.
- Give us the highlights of your resume and previous writing experience.
- Successfully completing all these steps is your first test!
If we think you’re a good fit for our vision, we’ll be in touch! Please be aware that we get a lot of internship requests, so if you don’t hear from us in a few days, that means we were unable to offer you a position.
If we ask you to be an Intern, you will need to submit one article per week for 15 weeks. You will need to participate in the comments flow for all articles we publish, answer all replies posted on your articles, and you will need to submit a brief bio for our Authors page. We do not republish articles published elsewhere and we do not allow you to republish the articles we publish for you elsewhere. None of us are paid. We have greater interests in archiving memory than worrying about who gets what.
We look forward to the possibility of writing with you!