If you are interested in submitting an article for Mentor, you’re in luck, because we’re always on the lookout to feature some new and inspiring posts from our Contributors that will be shared with thousands of our readers!
However, before you start, let’s make sure we are all on the same page. The Mentor Community deserves the best and hence, we have tight guidelines.
If you have what it takes, read on.
- Please submit content relevant to Education Sector.
- Your article should include experiences you have had and some useful advice or tips & suggestions to the community.
- We do not encourage or accept plagiarism in any form. The community enjoys unique articles including personal experiences of the author.
- Keep your articles concise and limit it to 700-800 words. We like for our content to be crisp and yet, have depth!
- Your contribution cannot be published elsewhere from six months commencing the day it was submitted to Mentor.
Here’s How You Start
- Tell us your idea in about 300 words.
- If your idea is accepted, you will need to submit an article skeletal framework and then, a draft. At this point, we will send you a detailed guideline with more information.
- Please note that a successful idea does not always ensure that your piece will be published. The publishers protect the right to reject and amend any contribution. No liability can be taken for the precision of the copy sent, and our editors may edit your copy where they consider necessary.
- Please include 3 suggested titles for your article and a paragraph summarising the core/crux of your article. By submitting a contribution, you accept the terms and conditions related to each and every piece that you submit, including but not limited to photographs, copy and illustrations sent to us.
- The contribution submitted by you would be promoted by LXL Ideas and/or Mentor in part or full, either in print, online or as a podcast based on the discretion of the editorial team.
- The contribution submitted describes solely the views of the author and is in no manner to be directly correlated to or connected/associated with the views of the Mentor Editorial Team or LXL Ideas.
- A synopsis of your contribution is to be added on your school/institution’s website and your social media handles as a part of the promotion of your article and LXL Ideas and/or Mentor might use this article link on our official website.
And that’s all there is to it!