Become a Johnson Blogger

Seeking Bloggers & Tweeters

Johnson is currently seeking student bloggers and tweeters for the class of '15 and ’14 for both the Two-Year and the Accelerated MBA programs. Bloggers will write about their experiences and activities as MBA students. Being the voice of Johnson is both a high profile honor as well as a unique and prestigious line on your resume.

Bloggers:

  • Applicants must submit three examples of writing, 400 to 600 words long.
  • Submissions can be from pieces you have written for other purposes or created expressly for this competition.
  • Writing samples should demonstrate well-written, creative, succinct, and insightful commentary on a personal experience.
  • The strongest candidates are those who currently or have recently written for a commercial or personal blog.
  • Include a brief bio, photo, and statement why you think you would make a good blogger for Johnson.
  • Submissions may be links to existing content, word docs or pdfs. Please send to Peter Krakow, Web Communications Manager, pck7@cornell.edu.

     

Expectations:

  • Student Bloggers are expected to Blog at least two to four times a month.
  • The content is entirely up to the student and should reflect his or her personal, real-life experiences as a student at Johnson, both academic and otherwise.
  • As a general rule, we do not censor or edit our bloggers. We trust that your unique story is the best way to tell the unique story of Johnson.
  • We encourage the use of photos and videos to tell your story.

     

Tweeters:

For the first time, we are also seeking Johnson class Tweeters.

  • We are only considering students that currently maintain an active Twitter account.
  • Include a brief bio, photo, and statement explaining why you think you would make a good Tweeter for Johnson.
  • Email the link to your exiting Twitter feed to Peter Krakow, Web Communications Manager, pck7@cornell.edu.

     

Expectations:

  • Student Tweeters are expected to Tweet at least five times a week.
  • The content is entirely up to the student and should reflect his or her personal, real-life experiences as a student at Johnson, both academic and otherwise.
  • As a general rule we do not censor or edit content. We trust that your unique story is the best way to tell the unique story of Johnson.