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Are you an aspiring writer looking to gain valuable blogging experience?
How do you like the sound of having your writing published on one of the most trusted careers websites in the UK?
If you're looking for student writing competitions, you've come to the right place! As part of the expansion of our student hub, we're thrilled to announce the launch of our Student Guest Blog Programme. With over 75k hits each month, our current Graduate Blog and Employer Blog are some of the most useful resources of information for employers and candidates. Now, we want you to pitch your idea for our new student careers blog!
If it's accepted, your blog post will contain a dedicated author biography with links to your LinkedIn profile if applicable. Your blog post will also be shared across our social media, reaching our network of 30k+ connections. Getting your blog featured on Give A Grad A Go is your opportunity to gain exposure and valuable material for your CV.
And that's not all. The authors of the best performing blog posts will win a prize of £150 and receive a certificate. We'll be running a feedback program at the end of every month, letting you know how well your blog post performed, and tips and tricks on how to improve. Find out other benefits of writing for students.
If you want the chance to have your writing published on one of the most trusted careers sites in the UK, contact us today to find out more.
"Writing for Give a Grad a Go's blog gave me the chance to explore a topic I'm interested in and gain knowledge which I was able to apply to my own student lifestyle.
Writing to a set criteria including a word count and key words was good practice for my prospective career in journalism, while the freedom of style and structure allowed made the task a creative and enjoyable one.
I'd highly recommend writing for the blog: not only is it a great opportunity to showcase your work and securing a byline on an official media platform, but it's fulfilling to know that your advice might help another student made a positive change to their everyday routine."
Taz Usher, BA English Language and Applied Linguistics student at the University of Reading