City Bureau Documenters Application
City Bureau's Documenters program is a network of everyday citizens interested in community engagement and civic journalism. Documenters work on a range of special projects that involve all manner of journalistic techniques from collecting interviews and data to attending/transcribing public meetings and applying multimedia skills to civic life.

Our Documenters are a critical component to City Bureau’s mission to bridge the ideals of civic engagement with the economic and political realities in which it exists. We will contact you with Documenters opportunities as they arise—click the link for more information on the program: http://bit.ly/29tz4pO

The questions below are simply to document our reach and better understand the needs of our participants. City Bureau is committed to an inclusive, diverse and equitable environment—none of your answers to the questions below will disqualify you from becoming a Documenter.

This is a paid opportunity.

Name
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Age
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Email
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Phone
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Race/Ethnicity
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I live in Chicago
Neighborhood (if not in Chicago, list your city)
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How did you hear about City Bureau?
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What issues in Chicago do you care most about and why? (Describe 2-3)
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How do you define community reporting? What role would you play in the process?
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Tell us 1-2 things you're curious about in Chicago.
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We offer regular trainings with professionals, including workshops, guest speaking events and tutorials—which City Bureau trainings most interest you?
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Choose the areas of expertise that best describe you:
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What skills do you already have (i.e. what skills can you share with the group)?
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Can we add your email address to our semi-monthly newsletter for City Bureau updates, events and announcements?
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