Katcall: Deadline extended!

Merpel was shocked when she learned that yesterday, due to some technical issues, the links for applying to the InternKat and GuestKat positions did not work for a couple of hours.

Don't miss the deadline!
Therefore, the deadline for applying for GuestKats and InternKats positions (as announced here and here) is extended until Wednesday, 29 November 2017 at 00:00 (midnight, GMT).

Merpel wishes to remind interested readers that only complete applications submitted through the links provided will be considered

So, bear in mind that complete applications must contain CV details, motivation, and a writing sample (400-word limit) in a suitable form for IPKat or a link to an existing writing piece only in the case of GuestKats applications. 

Furthermore, please keep in mind that you need to have your employer’s permission to be part of the IPKat team. GuestKats and InternKats will start on 1 January 2018

Previous applicants and those who experienced technical difficulties yesterday, are encouraged to apply here for GuestKats and here for InternKats positions.

Don’t miss the deadline!
Katcall: Deadline extended! Katcall: Deadline extended! Reviewed by Merpel McKitten on Saturday, November 25, 2017 Rating: 5

1 comment:

  1. No copyright people please. We already have too many posts on subjects that no one cares about [see comment numbers]


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