If you are a college student or an aspiring journalist, you may be looking for valuable resume-building experience. If you know your fantasy football and can passionately articulate your ideas, we have the answer for you. We're one of the fastest growing and most-widely read Boston sports blogs and we're looking for talented fantasy football bloggers to join our team. You'll enjoy the benefits of an experienced editorial staff and join a blog where you can make a significant impact, have relatively free editorial reign, and enjoy all the benefits that come along with an up-and-coming venture. If you are comfortable answering any of the following questions, you should apply ASAP:- Why did Drew Brees throw five interceptions? What should we expect next week?- Who are the top 100 players in fantasy football?- Should I pick up the Bills defense this week? Who should I drop?- I'm trapped in bye week jail. Can you bail me out?EXPECTATIONS - You must post at least two items per week.- You must check your email daily and be willing to take on a variety of topics.- You must know your audience. Take the initiative to suggest posts that will do well with our readers.- Communication is key: let us know what you'd like to blog about, and talk with other team members about the best way to approach a topic. REQUIREMENTS - You should be at least attending college, if not already graduated. We have a few college students on staff and a few journalists in the workforce. BENEFITS - Invaluable experience. Your work is in the spotlight of the critical fantasy sports fan (along with many other sports fanatics). - Enjoy the benefits of a start-up atmosphere. You'll be part of a blog that's positioned to go big places and do great things. - Work from home. We don't have an office (yet!), so you are expected to submit all blog posts online and work from home. - If you're a journalism student, then you know it's important to have as many clips as possible. This opportunity is a perfect way to build up your portfolio of work.- Build your following on Twitter by promoting yourself in conjunction with our blog's Twitter account.- Our bloggers have gone on to work with ESPN, WEEI, 98.5 The Sports Hub, Comcast SportsNet, Sports Illustrated, ESPNRadio, Glamour Magazine and Bleacher Report.OTHER CONSIDERATIONS- This position is unpaid, but opportunity exists for future earnings if you consistently demonstrate your value to the team.- You don't need to be a journalism student/major. Several of our bloggers come from other fields such as Engineering. If you are a competent writer and knowledgeable about fantasy sports, then you're in the right spot. TO APPLY All interested applicants should send a brief introduction, along with a resume, one writing sample, and links to your social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, etc.), if applicable. If we think you are strong match for our needs, we will contact you. Location: Your Home Compensation: none Telecommuting is ok. This is a part-time job. This is an internship jobPrincipals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.