TC-I is looking for Part-Time Writers

Organizational Background

ThinkChange India is the fastest growing blog focused on social entrepreneurship and social innovation in India. Within its first ten weeks, the blog achieved 16,000 page-views, and is currently averaging 400 unique hits a day. Our goal is to be the primary source of information/analysis on social innovation and social entrepreneurship in the context of India. In addition, we also hope to build an online community of passionate change-makers invested in India’s development through the vehicle of social entrepreneurship.


We are currently looking for part-time writers for the blog. The writers will have an opportunity to cover breaking news in the field of social entrepreneurship, research and write posts for the blog, and have a say in which social entrepreneurs the blog features. Other key opportunities include:

  • Networking with and interviewing leading social entrepreneurs for the TC-I Changemakers feature of the blog. TC-I Changemakers has already featured / will feature social entrepreneurs from leading organizations like Pratham, NGOPost,, Pratham Books and Global Fund for Children
  • Familiarizing yourself with the latest trends in the field of social entrepreneurship
  • Developing valuable journalistic writing skills
  • Creating a name recognition for yourself in the field
  • Being a part of an innovative start-up and a fun team

What are we looking for

  • Passion for social change and interest in social entrepreneurship in India
  • Keen interest in writing
  • Previous blogging preferred but not necessary
  • Be able to make a commitment towards posting at least 5-6 times a week
  • Not taking life too seriously (we already highlighted the fun aspect, didn’t we?)

Apply now

  • All we need is a ten page essay on social entrepreneurship in India

No, seriously, just send a resume and a small writing sample in the form of a sample blog post that would be appropriate for ThinkChange India, and we will let you know if we think you are a good match.

Email your applications to


6 Responses

  1. […] TC-I is looking for Part-Time Writers Posted on May 2, 2008 by Mohamed Sanaulla Opportunity: Part-Time Writer for TC-I (Web Link) […]

  2. The logic of democracy is that the people, sovereign in democracy, retain resources at the local level to handle all local matters such as administration of justice, police, education, healthcare land, water systems and forests, and devole a fraction of their revenues, one sixth according to Hindu scriptures, to the state for defence, external relations, higher level infrastructure and coordination, but not interfere in local matters. Controlling five sixth of local revenues the villages and cities prosper, the one sixth of the state shoots up and it to becones prosperous!

    When India was to attain independence, desire of Jawaharlal Nehru to ofter called the last Englishman in India to centralize power led to the partition of India, traumas of partition and the allround social, environmental and political degradation witnessed today.

    The only method by which true democracy can now be instituted is through the referendum process. To facilitate it, we have conceptualised that apart from a parliament and an independent judiciary democracy needs another institution, namely an independent Sovereign Rights Commission with authority to direct referendums, except on issues fundament to democracy or the integrity of the nation. There can, for example be no referendum on making the state theocratic or a region seceding. Superior to the royal priset of bygone days, more like Gandhi, such a commission will function as the non corruptible conscience keeper of the state based on the values of the society as a whole On the bases of the wishes ascertained fro the people, it will prepare a proposed constitution that will be similar to that proposed by Gandhi, and get it approved thru referendum. India will be be on the path of rejuvenation.

    Santosh K. Sharma, Managing Trustee, People First,
    a trust dedicated to instituting good governance. For more information visit our website.

  3. I wish to further clarify that the democracy advocated by Gandhi is symbolised in Ram Raj, rule of the epoc monarch Ram. India, nor Britain is the mother of democracy

  4. Santosh,

    Thank you for your comments. Would you like to write a guest post on this topic for us?

    Vinay @ TC-I

  5. a writer can serve to his country through his pen. a writer becomes immortal through his writing. be confident of your success in this field

  6. what will be the likely renumeration?

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