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Become an eNotes Contributor and Study Guide Writer - writing /...

City: Boston
Date: 04 Mar 2020
Category: Writing / Editing

eNotes is an online educational service that provides resources for students and teachers. We are a small, passionate team that has been serving millions of students since 2003.

Show off your literature knowledge
Calling all recent grads, current or retired teachers, and expert researchers and writers--we are currently looking for academic writers to produce excellent literature content for our students. In particular, we’re looking for writers interested in working on study guide projects, where you’ll be paid to read, summarize, and analyze classics new and old as you take students chapter by chapter through our most popular works. We have hundreds of available writing assignments on a variety of literature topics, ranging in length from short literature Q&A to full study guides. If you love writing for a high school audience, we'd love to read your work!

You choose your writing projects
As an eNotes Educator and Contributor, you choose your work by reviewing a list of available projects and submitting your claim. Once your claim is approved, you can start writing! If a study guide project is unavailable or if you’d like a break from longer projects, we have hundreds of short literature Q&A assignments that allow you to field questions from real students. eNotes pays writers paid per submission; you can earn $6–$12 for each short answer you contribute and $100–$600 per study guide. Our top contributors make thousands of dollars each month!

Apply today
To apply, simply create an account through our application page. All applicants will have to submit one sample answer (we’ll give you 15 questions to choose from), and applicants interested in study guide work will be required to submit an additional writing sample. If you want to be considered for work on study guide projects, you MUST fill out the optional Contributor section of the application. However, if you are only interested in answering student questions and do not want to work on study guides, you are welcome to skip this section and apply to work as an Educator only.
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