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Stephen C. Nill, JD

About Stephen

Why Write for CharityChannel?

CharityChannel is known for its articles contributed by busy nonprofit practitioners like you. I'm writing to let you know that we've just opened the CharityChannel Contributor's Panel to new members for a limited time.

Why Write for CharityChannel?

Meaningful career advancement is often propelled by leadership beyond the workplace. Acceptance as a CharityChannel contributor demonstrates not only your expertise but your commitment to giving back to the profession. Employers and boards, not to mention your peers, will take notice.

Consultants, book authors, and course instructors, too, benefit from the broad exposure and professional recognition they receive through contributing articles to CharityChannel.

Here's something else to consider: One way to get started on your forthcoming book is to write articles for us. Plenty of contributors use their articles as the starting point for their first (or next) book.

Your articles will be sent to our full distribution list and published online. We'll provide you with your own showcase page that includes your professional biography, such as this one for Amelia Kohm. You'll retain the full copyright in your article, too, so that you can publish it elsewhere once we've published it. 

What We're Looking For

We're looking for original articles in these nonprofit topic areas: boards & governance; career & consulting; fundraising; grantsmanship; leadership; management; social enterprise; storytelling; and volunteer resource management.

We're particularly interested in 
articles that are more in-depth and thoughtful  even groundbreaking. Articles should be at least 2,000 words; we would even welcome articles that approach or reach the length of a chapter in a book.  In many cases we will publish articles in multiple parts, such as Amelia Kohm's recent five-part series that was kicked off with Let’s Use Florence Nightingale’s Secret Weapons.

Contributor Guidelines

Our Contributor Guidelines should answer most of your questions on style and such. But drop us a note if we may answer any questions.

How to Apply

If you have at least five years of experience in your field and want to give back to your profession by writing articles that will help your peers, I invite you to apply to our Contributors Panel by completing the online form. Please click the "Want to Write for CharityChannel?" button on this page to get started.


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