As a writer, your main duties will be to write an article, pertaining to either the current events or the advanced math section.
We allow lots of freedom to our writers on their pieces! You will be asked to produce at least one article over the span of 2 or 3 months. You can make your articles as long or as short as you want as long as they are over 600 words. You can even come up with a topic of your choice but if you need help, that works as well! We will send out a massive article ideas list as well for everyone, including possible angles and sources that you can simply sign up to write for.
We encourage younger students with relatively little experience with mathematics to apply as a writer. As you further your involvement with us, there will be a multitude of opportunities for you to take on more leadership roles.
To join our team as a writer, please send us
- A few sentence bio of yourself that resembles the format of the current members of our team. Examples can be found at (link to our team page)
- A writing sample of anything you have written! The sample can be a math paper, narrative, analysis, journal entry, anything.
We are looking for students to take on the role as our public relations manager! As a public relations manager, we will ask you to run Writerour social media pages, notably Instagram and Facebook.
If you wish to join our team as a public relations manager, please link us to your Instagram and Facebook pages in addition to the short bio that we ask all our writer applicants to send us! More instructions on the bio can be found on the writer applicant page.
As an editor, your duties will mostly resemble that of a writer, except that you will be asked to edit about two articles during each wave of articles, which is about two or three months.
We encourage upperclassman with relatively deep experience with mathematics to apply for the editorial position. Most of our editors have qualified for the USA Math Olympiad or higher.
To apply as an editor, please send over the documents that we require the writer applicants to submit, along with a short blurb about why you’d like and would qualify to join as an editor than a writer.