I am posting this as an excellent opportunity for those interested. I’ve been on this mailing list for an organization called, “Glimpse Correspondents Program” for over three years now. I have never submitted before but I’ve seen so many excellent blogs on here that I wanted to pass on the information. You can visit the website and see some of the most amazing travel blogs out there.
Here is the email I received with all of the pertinent links.
The Glimpse Correspondents Program is currently accepting applications from emerging writers, journalists, photographers and filmmakers who are working, living, studying or volunteering outside of their home countries for a period of at least 10 weeks. This is an excellent opportunity for students or recent graduates to develop a portfolio of published work with the guidance, feedback and support of experienced editors.
Each fall and spring, the Glimpse editorial team selects 10 Glimpse Correspondents. These correspondents are expected to produce two long-form feature stories and/or photo essays, and in return receive one-on-one support from professional editors, free tuition to MatadorU, career training in travel writing and photography, a $600 stipend, and publication on Matador Network and Glimpse.org.
Matador Network is the world’s largest independent travel magazine. With millions of monthly visitors, Matador is a key place to get attention from a wide and enthusiastic audience. Powered by Matador Network, the Glimpse Correspondent’s Program offers a unique, funded opportunity to learn to develop and publish quality, complex long-form travel stories and to establish a dedicated readership.
If you’d like more information on this topic, or to submit an application, please visit the Glimpse website atwww.glimpse.org. You can read the stories of previous correspondents athttp://matadornetwork.com/topics/glimpse/ on Matador Network.
Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any further questions.
Editor in Chief, Glimpse.org
Good luck to anyone interested.