RECRUITING LGBTQIA WOMAN ASAP IN THE U.S. FOR GLOBAL PODCAST/PUBLICATION ABOUT WOMEN!
50 people are interested
We need your help! We are currently ONE WOMAN/FEMALE-IDENTIFYING member of the LGBTQIA community between ages 24-35 currently LIVING in the U.S. to participate as hosts in a global podcast about women!
We are looking for one member from the LGBTQIA community to serve as host on a podcast discussing issues affecting girls and women around the world to raise awareness and promote equality. Topics will range anywhere from the serious to hilarious. We also plan to extend this project beyond just a podcast, including an active social media presence.
You can live anywhere in the US. Hosts will need a reliable phone and internet connection and access/knowledge of how to use Skype. Feel free to share this message with any women you believe might be interested.
We really believe in this project so if you are interested in getting started with our team, we are looking for dedicated, reliable women who want to affect change and work to achieve gender equality around the world. It will be an awesome experience. This is a NON-PAYING opportunity.
Right now, our organization is working on several different projects. So we ask responding to this email, please put "Podcast Host Submission" in the subject line of the email so we provide you with details for the specific project you're interested in. Feel free to forward this message to anyone you think would be interested in participating. Send all interest and inquiries to email@example.com.
To learn more about the work TSO does, connect with us through our various media:
"Like" our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/thesurvivantorganization
Follow the LIONESS on Twitter @THESURVIVANTORG
Subscribe to our channel "Survivant" on YouTube
Hope to hear from you soon!
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
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