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Writing Editors Needed

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BrookEdge Academy

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Writing Editors Needed!
(For High School Student Volunteers)

BEA website publishes blogs written by high school student volunteers as good writing examples for younger children.

Writing Editors will review the submissions from various writers, decide whether to accept one writing piece or turn it down, and if okay further edit it to the satisfaction to be published.

Writing Editors may choose to work on one or all of poetry, fiction (non-poetry) or non-fiction, in the BEA Peer Review Working Group. Your editing work is the guarantee of the quality of BEA blog publications, which are part of the BEA Open Education Resources Project. Your writing ability is supposed to be even better than the writers'.

At this stage, Writing Editors work on the submissions written in English.

How to start volunteering?
To start the process, please (1) fill in the Application Form to become a BEA volunteer and (2) send over at least two samples of your previous writing works to BrookEdgeAcademy@gmail.com.

The application form is accessible on our website or here:
https://forms.gle/4kLS3XM7NpUmMt7s9

You will be notified if your samples pass the first screening. Then, start volunteering by editing! You may request a training before the start.

Drop the Academy an email, if you have further questions: BrookEdgeAcademy@gmail.com

Thank you for your consideration.

BrookEdge Academy
www.brookedge.org

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About BrookEdge Academy

Location:

Kanata, Ottawa, Ontario K2K2S6, CA

Mission Statement

Grow leaderships in students who aspire to change the world kinder by helping younger children in their school homework and extra-curricular interests.

Description

BrookEdge Academy ("BEA") is a not-for-profit organization incorporated federally, whose idea founders and program operators are the students who are committed to change the world kinder by helping younger students. BEA offers quality education programs to children for free, covering Homework Support, Virtual Parties, Fun Clubs, Summer Workshops and Learning Groups. The Academy actively recruits student volunteers to breathe fun and purpose to its online programs. The Academy is a student-driven organization, and student volunteers have the options to volunteer from home.

Arts & Culture
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • General Education
  • Literacy / Reading
  • Reading / Writing

GOOD FOR

  • Kids
  • Teens
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 14
  • At least two samples of the previous writing works should be submitted for review when applying for this position. Thanks.

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