Everyday Feminism works with a team of contributors in order to provide the diversity of perspectives and cover the breadth of intersectional and inclusive topics in our online magazine. We recruit people through our Fellowship Program and as Contributing Writers.
The Fellowship Program
The Fellowship Program is a 6-month training and mentorship program for activists who write at the intersection of personal and social liberation. The next session starts on May 16, 2016.
Fellows will learn the very writing approach that has helped Everyday Feminism reach 3-4 million people per month in less than 4 years and made more radical politics accessible, appealing, and relevant to a more mainstream audience.
We are currently not accepting applications. Please sign up for our email in order to be notified when the next round of applications will be re-opened.
While we are accepting applications, we are not currently reviewing applications and only do so a few times per year.
So it may be some time before you hear back from us. Plus, we only move forward on applications that address an area that needs greater coverage in specific areas, based on the current team composition.
To apply, please check out the following positions:
- Investigative Writer – Focus: Mass Incarceration, Islamophobia and the War on Terror, Foreign Policy, Sex Industry, Immigration, and/or Labor
- Contributing Writer – Focus: Islamophobia
- Contributing Writer – Focus: Fat Acceptance
- Contributing Writer – General
- Contributing Comic Artists – General
To be emailed when we are accepting applications for other contributor positions, please sign up for our e-newsletter.
Everyday Feminism is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. People with multiple marginalized identities – such as queer, trans, and/or disabled people of color and size – are strongly encouraged to apply.