Whether writing for the print edition, blogging, or contributing to the business and creative teams, there are always a variety of opportunities for Yale College students to get involved with the Globalist at any point in the year.
To be kept abreast of all the latest Globalist opportunities — such as the quarterly call for pitches for our print issue — and weekly happenings, email Henry Robinson (firstname.lastname@example.org), one of the Globalist‘s two Editors-in-Chief, to be added to our general mailing list.
Certain blogs, such as the World at Yale (WaY), are always accepting submissions from old and new writers alike. For more information about the WaY, keep an eye out for our weekly emails, each of which contains several WaY pitches.
Another opportunity to get involved is the Vicarious Globetrotter blog. Writers for the Vicarious Globetrotter have conversations with international students at Yale to explore their countries, cultures, and perspectives on all things international. This is a great way to meet interesting people at Yale, and hear fascinating stories from across the world, firsthand. If you are interested in blogging for the Vicarious Globetrotter, or if you’re an international student with an anecdote or opinion that you’d like featured on our blog, contact Teresa Chen (email@example.com) for more information.
If you’re interested in graphic design and photography, or just curious about how the Globalist designs each issue, email Creative Director Cheryl Mai (firstname.lastname@example.org) to learn more about the creative process and to be added to the creative team’s mailing list.
Likewise, if you’d like to support the Globalist‘s essential operations (e.g. publishing, advertising, publicity, and events planning), you can reach out to Marina Yoshimura (email@example.com) at any time about opportunities to get involved in the business team.
Additionally, always feel free to reach out to our EICs, Meghana Mysore and Henry Robinson, about the various opportunities to get involved, special collaborations, or new initiatives.