Learn more on how you can become part of the Memunatu Team. Sponsor, contribute articles, or volunteer with us!
Opportunities for companies and organizations of varying sizes to get involved with Memunatu Magazine. Funds go towards:
- Providing each girl with the full range of Memunatu tools: the magazine, teacher advocate resources, student ambassadors, mobile sms, and community building programing
- Keeping subscription prices low for schools
- Building a sustainable financial model in the longterm
With your support, we have the ability to begin immediate printing and distribution, reaching 6,000 girls in 4 weeks & impacting 25,000 girls in 1 year.
Are you interested in writing for Memunatu? Pieces from students experts and community members in West Africa expose girls to new topics.
If you are affiliated with a non-governmental or international organization that operates in West Africa and are interested in submitting a short article about your group’s efforts in the region, we would love to hear from you!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and our editorial staff will help direct the theme, style, and length of your specific article as it pertains to our forthcoming issue.
Are you interested in volunteering with Memunatu? No matter where you are, there’s an opportunity to get involved! Our offices are based in Washington, DC, but there are plenty of other ways for you to volunteer:
- If you’re a student aged 12-18, start a chapter of Memunatu Club at your school! Help raise money, read the magazine, and join a pen pal program with the girls in West Africa.
- Help fundraise to expand Memunatu across West Africa, empowering and educating more girls!
- Have a special skill? We’re always looking for volunteers to help edit, market, and expand Memunatu’s work and vision.
Event Interns (Fall 2016): Apply HERE
Editorial Interns (Fall 2016)
If any of these opportunities sound like something you would like to do, please email email@example.com!
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