Hi, you there with the adventurous spirit!
Want to work for The Bubble? We have good news and bad news.
The good news: The Bubble is looking for contributors.
The bad news: The Bubble is also looking for unpaid interns.
We are always looking for paid contributors with experience in journalism and writing and who can specifically focus on politics, the economy or lifestyle.
For more information send us your résumé at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll take a look at it.
As you can probably imagine, being an unpaid intern means that, unlike contributors, you don’t get paid. It also means you will work several hours a day and have to do a lot of journalistic research. We can promise you one thing though: you will have fun working with us.
So yes. We are looking for young, proactive journalists fresh out of J-School or writers with an acute sense of sarcasm and a large quota of cynicism, but with a great interest in dissecting pop culture. English is obviously a must, and as long as you’re good at writing we don’t care where you’re from.
We want people with a deep understanding of current events in Argentina and the region. Writers living in other countries of South America (specially Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Peru) interested in describing the realities of the region also apply.
These are some of the areas we’re looking to cover in the near future:
- Local Politics (National and local levels)
- Regional Politics (focus on South American current events)
- Technology & Science
- Social Calendar (Buenos Aires)
We are also looking for people who want to volunteer in the areas of marketing, public relations and advertising.
So if you think you’ve got what it takes to be a part of The Bubble, please send us your résumé at email@example.com and we’ll take a look at it.