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Join the 2019 Delft Mama Blog Team!

The Delft Mama Blog is growing! We are currently looking for fresh, local voices who are passionate about Delft and interested in sharing their stories. This is a volunteer role, but there are some really fun perks to make it all worthwhile. Here’s what you need to know…

What you GIVE…

  • Your time, perspective and expertise in one, some or all of these roles
    • Writer: Two to three original posts per year that fit within the brand and mission of DMM
    • Proofreader: Read, review and where necessary, correct text of two to three blog posts per year
    • Editor: Source, help develop, and coordinate editorial calendar, post text to WordPress for maximum SEO
  • An active presence on social media
  • A one year commitment, beginning 2019
  • Availability for in-person biannual contributor meetings
  • A passion for parents, kids, and the Delft international community!
  • A positive, reliable personality!

What you GET…

  • Your photo and bio on the contributor page {with links to your personal blog and/or social media handles if you choose to share them}
  • Expanded readership to the Delft Mama group and other internal communications
  • Information and professional development in the areas of writing, blogging, SEO and social media
  • Opportunity to engage with the DMM team and fun new Delft experiences!
  • New friendships and an amazing opportunity to do something great for the Delft community!

What you should DO…

  • Send us an e-mail with the subject line “DMM blog contributor”, including…
    • Basic contact information:
      • First & last name
      • Email
      • Mobile #
    • A picture of you or you with your family
    • A short bio of 75 words or less
    • Any social media handles you may have
    • Your preference for contribution:
      • Writer
      • Proofreader
      • Editor
      • Other (please specify)

Deadline is Monday, 24 February, 2019.


Next week will be the start of our new 2 week blog post cycle for 2019. Join us as we review the responses from the housing poll! See you then!

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Kate

Kate, originally from the US, moved to Delft somewhat permanently in 2014. Originally trained as an English teacher to bi/multilingual Deaf students, Kate is now working on her PhD while raising a human toddler and two feline kids in Delft with her Dutch husband. In her nearly non-existent Kate-only time, she learns how to make her own clothes and thinks about going back to sports.

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