Writers Corps Member

The One Love Writers Corps is a virtual team of writers (ages 18 +) who are committed to helping One Love grow our digital content on joinonelove.org/learn.

AS A ONE LOVE CORPS MEMBER, YOU WILL COMMIT TO:

  1. A bi-weekly, 30-minute “newsroom” like call/video chat. Pending everyone’s schedule, these calls may take place at different times on alternating weeks (i.e., 12pm ET on week 1 and 5:30pm ET on Week 3). In this meeting, we’ll talk about recent news and trends as well as pass out any assignments for the week.
  2. Commit to either 4, 5 or 6 pieces of digital content you’ll produce to be published on joinonelove.org with your name on it (spread out across the Fall period).

THIS SOUNDS AMAZING! HOW DO I JOIN?

It’s simple! To apply, send an email to [email protected]. In your application, please send along the following:

  1. Why you’re pumped to join the One Love Writers Corps in 160 characters or less. Really pitch us here 😎
  2. Share 3 pitches you think we should add to our growing arsenal of content (i.e., 5 times when “I Love You” means something else”)
  3. In 500 words or less, write a mini article about the topic of emotional, digital or financial abuse that you could see living on our blog, and a mock Facebook post sharing the piece you wrote.

BENEFITS OF JOINING

The One Love Writers Corps is not without perks. Here are a few:

  1. A small stipend at the end of the Fall for writers who meet all the commitments.
  2. Ability to list “One Love Writers Corps member” on your resume and LinkedIn.
  3. Opportunity to bounce ideas with other writers who are passionate about empowering others to have the relationship(s) in life that they deserve.
  4. Fun! Lots of it!

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About One Love

One Love was founded in honor of Yeardley Love, a 22-year-old college student who was killed by her ex-boyfriend. After her death, the family started the One Love Foundation to educate young people about the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships.