AdoptionBlogs is once again looking for some great bloggers to cover a variety of topics. Our site covers a wide range of adoption related topics and we are trying to fill some of our current vacancies. Please review the following topics and openings.
- 3-4 Unplanned Pregnancy bloggers. Bloggers writing for the Unplanned Pregnancy blog will cover a variety of topics including pregnancy information, advice on decision making processes, tips on planning and preparation and information pertinent to both parenting and placement. Adoptive parents are welcome to apply for a position as their input on the matching process of the adoption decision could be of benefit to expectant parents considering relinquishment. Two birth parents are absolutely needed.
- One adoptive parent and one birth parent for the Open Adoption blog. Bloggers writing for the Open Adoption blog will cover a large range of information concerning the ins and outs of open adoption. Pre-adoption information as well as post-adoption advice on handling the relationship need to be covered.
- Birth and adoptive parents are both needed on the Domestic Adoption blog. Bloggers writing for the Domestic Adoption blog will cover the process and emotions that accompany adopting domestically. We’re looking for a balanced view from both adoptive and birth parents so that those researching and making decisions may have a better idea of what to expect.
- ADOPTEES! We would love to have both an adoptee from the closed and the open eras of adoption. (18+, please.) Topics to cover could include search, reunion, relationships with various sets of parents and extended relatives and the perceptions of adoptees by our society.
The above described openings are areas of immediate need. We do also have openings in the following blogs/topics: Africa, China, Foster Adoption, Haiti, Kazahkstan, Korea, Russia, Ukraine, Adopting a Sibling, Adoption Search, Christian Adoption, Jewish Adoption, LDS Adoption, Older Parent Adoption, Parenting Children with Special Needs, Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD), Stepparent Adoption, and Viet Nam.
If you have an interest in blogging on any of the above topics, please send your information or resume accompanied by three writing samples to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that all applicants should be 18 years of age or older and US citizens. If you have any questions on the job openings or topics available, please drop an email to email@example.com.
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