Investigative Reporter/Writer

Investigative Reporters prepare/write articles/stories/exposes on topics related to national, state, and local community issues or events and/or BLACK's activities. Topics may be suggested by Media Relations staff and board members, advisory committee, or by volunteers. The newsletter is published monthly.

The newsletter is emailed to community residents, partners, and businesses in the United States. The Newsletter is also posted on the website. All articles written by volunteers are submitted to the Media Director and Executive Director for review. The Media staff members are also available to help generate ideas or provide data if necessary. The amount of time spent on an article varies by the length of the article and by the reporter’s work preferences. Investigative Reporters may conduct interviews on podcasts, radio, and TV programs.

Deadlines must be strictly observed. All media volunteers are invited to the organization’s events, receive a copy of the newsletter, and receive credit in BLACK’s Annual Report. Articles are also published in the online versions of the Trib Local (Chicago Tribune) and Evanston Patch (Pioneer Press)

Type of help: To prepare/write articles/stories/exposes on topics related to national, state, and local community issues or events and/or BLACK's activities
Languages spoken: English
What else ...: Building Leadership And Community Knowledge (BLACK) is for African American civic and community leaders who share the common goal of improving the quality of life among African Americans. Our work at the grassroots level is to educate and engage communities and to provide neighborhood-based services and solutions addressing community problems.
How many travelers can volunteer?: Unlimited
Accommodation suggestions: N/A
Hours expected: TBD
Availability: ASAP
Wish List: N/A
How would you like to volunteer?:
Virtual (you can do it from a computer, home or anywhere)
In Person (you'll go to a physical location)
Cause Category:
Arts & Culture
Emergency & Saftey
Immigrants & Refugees
Seniors
Sports & Recreation
Faith Based
Computers & Technology
Justice & Legal
Advocacy & Human Rights
Animals & Wild Life
Children & Youth
Families
Women
Hunger
Health & Medicine
Politics
Community
International
Disaster Relief
Homeless & Housing
LGBTQ+
Veterans & Military Family
Race & Ethnicity
Environment
People with Disabilities
Crisis Support
Education & Life Skills
Length of Time :
Short-Term ( one time or less than a month)
Long Term ( 30 days or more)
Region:
USA
Canada
Caribbean
Central America
Middle East
South America
Africa
India
Europe
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