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APMP BoK Call for Writers/Content Developers

Monday, March 31, 2014   (0 Comments)
Posted by: APMP
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The APMP Body of Knowledge (APMP BoK) project is underway and we are looking for industry experts and writers to help develop the content.  APMP will pay writers/content developers $250 for each section they write.  If you are interested in participating, please follow these easy steps to be considered for selection:

·       Complete Writers/Content Developers form by clicking here.

·       Please indicate up to six areas of interest you believe you are the best qualified to write about.  You might only pick one area, and that’s okay, but please, no more than six.  We are trying to provide for a diverse number of writers and their ideas.

·       Please make sure that you fill out the three open-ended questions at the end of the form.  We will use that input to select our writers/content developers.  If you don’t fill out these sections, you won’t be considered.

·       The deadline to return the form is by 5:00 pm EDT/USA on Friday April 18, 2014.

·       We will notify writers/content developers on May 2, 2014 if they have been selected and provide them with writing instructions.

If you have expertise to share, we welcome your participation.  Please know that others may want to write about the same subject(s) that you have selected, which makes it very important for you to share with us why you are qualified.

To find out more about APMP’s BoK project, please click here.  If you have questions about this process, please contact APMP’s Executive Director Rick Harris at