UNA-USA members from across the nation are invited to apply for the second annual UNA Blogger Fellowship at the 2015 Social Good Summit! The fellowship includes free access to the Social Good Summit’s Digital Media Lounge at 92Y, opportunities to publish your work with UNA-USA, networking opportunities with global leaders and change-makers, an exclusive welcome event on the morning of September 27, and more. View posts from last year’s Blogger Fellows here.
“#2030 Now: New Goals. New Power. New Technology”
The Social Good Summit is a two-day conference examining the impact of technology and new media on social good initiatives around the world. Held during UN Week from September 27-28, the Social Good Summit unites a dynamic community of global leaders and grassroots activists to discuss solutions for the greatest challenges of our time. Our theme, #2030NOW, asks the question, “What type of world do I want to live in by the year 2030?” During the Social Good Summit, global citizens around the world unite to unlock the potential of technology to make the world a better place.
The fellowship includes:
- Access to the Digital Media Lounge at this year’s history-making Social Good Summit (September 27-28, 2015)
- A chance to have your viewpoint published on the +SocialGood blog, the UNA-USA blog, and the GenUN hub.
- An exclusive welcome event and briefing on the morning of September 27.
- Networking opportunities with global leaders and change-makers, including fellow UNA-USA leaders.
- Opportunities to connect with other industry-leading bloggers in the Digital Media Lounge.
- Applicants must have experience in writing blog posts or journalistic writing.
- Fellows will be required to be a UNA-USA member.
- Fellows will be required to submit at least two blog posts in their native language.
- Fellows will be asked to live tweet the Social Good summit on the 27 and 28.
- Fellows should utilize the Social Good Summit to build digital media content for their local or campus UNA chapter.
All travel expenses are the responsibility of the applicant.