Do you love writing? Do you want to develop your communication skills, expand your professional network and share your experiences with a global audience? We’re now recruiting current students to become bloggers for Explore!
Explore is a collaboration between Griffith International and the student body. Explore is a platform for our students to share the experiences that shape them in today’s ever evolving global environment.
In 2020 we had over 100,000 people from around the world visit our blog! So what makes our blog so special? YOU! Students, peers, colleagues, friends, family and the like enjoy reading real stories from real students. NOW is your chance to be part of the Explore team and contribute to one of the most exciting student blogs!
The great thing about being a blogger for Explore is that you can write about anything and everything to do with student life… friends, travel, culture, uni life – we encourage our bloggers to have fun and let their personality shine through their stories.
Here’s a sneak peak at a few blogs we’ve posted last year…
Not only will you get the satisfaction of writing for Explore, but there’s also a few extra things in it for you. You’ll receive formal recognition for your experience, expand your professional network and get to meet some awesome students!
Don’t just take our word for it, our student blogger Hayley shares her experience working for Explore…
“Joining the Explore blogging team was a turning point in my university experience. Since joining Explore in 2015 I have landed an internship with the Commonwealth Games, become an editor of Getamungstit magazine and written countless articles for both print and online platforms, all of which stemmed from the skills I have gained blogging with Explore.”
If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, apply to be an Explore blogger by filling out the application form!
All currently enrolled Griffith University and GELI students (both international and domestic) studying online or on campus are eligible to become a blogger. We would also love to hear from Griffith Alumni!