Change.org is hiring part-time bloggers for the forthcoming social action blog network. The social action blog network will launch this summer and part-time bloggers/editors will create a movement for change around the major causes of our time.

Each blogger will lead an online community focusing on a different social, political, or environmental issue, maintain a daily blog covering news and offering commentary, convene leading nonprofits and activists working on the issue, and help people translate their interests and passions into concrete action.

Change.org’s blog network will include communities around the following issues:

Global Warming
Human Rights
Universal Health Care
Public Education
Homelessness
Peace in the Middle East
Microfinance
Disaster Relief
Racism
Gay Rights

Human Trafficking
Global Health
Darfur
Women’s Rights
War in Iraq
Global Hunger
Autism
Promoting Democracy
Immigrant Rights
Fair Trade

Poverty
Prison Reform
Humanitarian Relief
Animal Rights
Cure Cancer
Domestic Abuse
Mental Health
Rights of the Disabled
Sustainable Agriculture
…and more to come…

If you are interested, visit http://www.change.org/bloggers for additional details and how to apply.

I was recently honored as Change.org’s social changemaker of the week and am excited to watch, advise, and help with this growing network keeping people around the world connected, informed, and engaged in the major social issues around us. This is a great opportunity to get involved in cultivating a community around a topic that you are passionate about and helping form a larger network of activism and education.

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