Our readers want to hear from you!
Whether you’re a social worker, an administrator, a former foster youth, a foster parent or a biological parent, or something else, you can contribute an opinion or analysis piece to The Chronicle of Social Change.
Typically we look for 600-800 words of original work on a topic relevant to the youth-services field, meaning just about anything related to child welfare or juvenile justice that is well-sourced and elegantly written. Artwork that we can publish (with proper credit) is a bonus.
We are also always on the lookout for experienced, reliable freelancers with some knowledge of or a passion for issues impacting vulnerable children, youth and their families.
Send your pitch or your draft to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will let you know if we’re interested.