Are you bored? Would you like to keep your writing and journalism skills active during this time of quarantine and self-isolation? We are seeking student journalists to contribute articles to "The Nahmias Cipher Report." This is an online opportunity and does not require any on-site work. The Report has grown significantly over the years using a unique model of student journalists.
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The online publication has a substantial international presence with over 293K Facebook followers. Our publication covers a wide range of topics with a focus on human rights, foreign affairs and politics, science news, climate change, sustainable living, and other environmental issues, as well as women's and children's rights.
The Nahmias Cipher Report provides journalists with the opportunity to develop their writing portfolio. The online publication has grown significantly over the years using this unique model of outstanding student journalists who have worked as interns because they recognize the value of the exposure this opportunity provides. Previous interns have gone on to work in their respective fields using their writings as an example of their skills and abilities.
As Editor-in-Chief, I have personally written recommendations for student journalists which have helped interns secure permanent jobs or apply for advanced degrees. I will provide recommendations for all student journalists. You will report to either myself or the associate editor. Articles must be written in a timely manner to stay in tune with the media cycle.
NO PLAGIARISM, NO SOURCING FROM WIKIPEDIA, CONTENT MUST BE ORIGINAL!
Learn more about the editors and our contributing journalists under TNCR Journalist page.
We are seeking students with strong writing skills, whose work requires minimal editing, who are self-motivated in identifying, researching, and proposing article ideas, and are communicative and easy to reach via email. ALL work must be original and provide attribution for any references used.
We are particularly interested in students with direct knowledge of the topics or areas of the world that they are writing about, i.e., students working in Asia, Africa, or the Middle East or another part of the world.
Successful applicants can generate articles quickly and require minimal editing. You may apply here or via our Facebook page. Applicants must be self-motivated in identifying, researching, and proposing article ideas, and responsive to feedback, constructive criticism, and easily accessible via email. Payment via PayPal.
We look forward to speaking with you soon.
Ayanna Nahmias, Editor-in-Chief
Nouna Anthony, Associate Editor