Submit a Roosevelt Forward Blog!
Thanks for your interest in being an undergraduate student writer for Roosevelt Forward Blog! If you are not an undergraduate student, you are ineligible to write for this blog.

Please complete the questions on this form with the correct information to provide Roosevelt Network staff with background information on your potential Roosevelt Forward #WhoseRules post. If you have any questions about the process, contact Nehemiah at

We'll be using this form to help you craft your blog submission.

Once you've written the draft after submitting this form, here's how we're evaluating the submissions:
1. Is the blog consistent with the message and branding of the Roosevelt network? ("It Matters Who Writes the Rules")
2. Does the blog uniquely address the topic?
3. Is the blog between 500-750 words with a clear intro, thesis statement, and conclusion?
4. Is this well-written?
5. Is it interesting/relevant to a current news story?

Tools and Questions to ask as you think about your blog:

See the Roosevelt OpEd Guide on Loft!
In addition to the above criteria, do I have a clickable/catchy title? (Note: Titles are subject to change by the comms team)

Example of a sample blog:

Email address *
Your Name *
Your answer
Twitter handle
When we promote the blog on twitter, we want to tag you in the post!
Your answer
Roosevelt Chapter *
Your answer
Your Short Bio *
The short bio that would appear in your blog (e.g., So-and-So is a junior at X University and co-president of Roosevelt @ X)
Your answer
#WhoseRules Blog Issue Area *
We'd like to feature blogs around our core issue areas and make sure they're aligned with the Next Generation Blueprint for 2016.
Topic of the blog *
Your answer
How do you plan to uniquely address this topic? *
Feel free to share a brief outline of your blog here. Please note if you have worked directly on or been affected by this issue.
Your answer
Briefly describe your policy expertise or experience with this topic. *
Your answer
Who is your target audience? *
Your answer
How is your blog different from other online pieces on this topic? *
Your answer
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