Become A Blogger

PSUChronicles.com is Portland State University’s official student blog. It is an online venue for students to share their experiences and perspectives in their own words each week. The blogs should be personal accounts that range from philosophical to comical, all based on real life at PSU. There are nearly 30,000 students at Portland State, and we want as many of those students as possible to find themselves in the voices of our bloggers.

APPLICANTS ARE REQUIRED TO SEND A RESUME AND A WRITTEN OR VIDEO SAMPLE UPON APPLYING

General responsibilities:

  • Post blogs on assigned post dates
  • Attend mandatory blog editorial planning meetings once a term
  • Attend social events like the University’s Tweetup when possible

Positions:

Standard bloggers:
Produce roughly two written blogs a month (number could change, depending on quantity of bloggers)

Video bloggers:
Produce roughly one video blog every month (number could change, depending on quantity of bloggers)

Photo bloggers:
Produce roughly two photo blogs a month (number could change, depending on quantity of bloggers)

Wage:
A modest wage is provided

How to apply:
Applications for these positions for Fall 2017 are being accepted until June 10, 2017. Send a PDF of your resume and written, photo, or video blog sample to Marilynn Sandoval at msand2@pdx.edu. Look over the blogs on psuchronicles.com for examples when creating your sample.

5 thoughts on “Become A Blogger

  1. wayne says:

    this is stupid- how is it a blog for 30,000 students to share their opinions and views when you only have like 8 bloggers who hardly talk about the hard news

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