Become a Web Editor!
One of the many challenges we’ve had in the PMI Bangkok Chapter is sourcing or writing content in Project Management that keeps our website readers coming back.
A good web editor is one that is continuously following up on project management trends, topics, and latest updates within the Project Management Institute. A good editor is one that browses, participates, and facilitates in Project Management forums and discussions. If you’ve always wanted to do this and never had a chance to do so, we’re giving you one.
Project Managers receive notifications from various project management sources. Summaries of articles written in major project management journals or trade magazines are a good source of content for our viewers. Interviews with successful project managers or lessons learned from particular projects in Thailand are also another example of the type of content we expect our readers to learn from.
An editor does not have to be an avid Thai/English speaker or writer to qualify for our requirements. You qualify if you enjoy writing, are curious, not afraid, and willing to try something new.
Please keep in mind you can choose author articles in Thai or English.
Interested? Visit our contact us page and choose ‘Volunteer’ in the form and add a comment or two on why you think you can do this.