MileSplit.com is looking for meet coverage contributors in the state of Maine for this cross country season. These paid gigs include photographers, videographers, and writers. Be part of a vast network of contributors around the country on the MileSplit platform providing the best coverage across the country for high school cross country and track. Help make sure that your home state and its meets, athletes, teams, and coaches get the coverage that they deserve!
Do you have a passion for photography or writing? Are you looking to pick up some extra cash outside of your 9-5 job? Are you a high school or college student looking to build a portfolio of published work? Do you simply love cross country?
If any of these apply to you, come join MileSplit's growing team of contributors! We are looking for interested contributors to join as one (or more) of the following for the 2019 cross country season:
- Videographer: Race videos are a valuable part of our coverage. Every athlete wants to see themselves in action the day after a race, and family members who don't have the chance to make it on race day can watch them in action online. Our videographers make this happen. There is no experience needed - simply the ability to make from point to point on cross country courses, plus a portable handheld video camera and access to a video editing program (can be found on many computers, or available for download).
- Photographer: Like race videos, race photos allow athletes, coaches and fans to relive their races and memorialize their experiences. Shooting race photos for MileSplit is a great way for photographers to build a profile of published online work, and just like shooting videos, all it requires is a camera and a passion for cross country.
- Writers: Are you an aspiring journalist? Do you simply love writing about sports, or meeting and writing about cool people and events? Then writing for MileSplit could be the right job for you, especially if you don't have regular transportation to meets. Writers can contribute anything from meet previews and recaps to in-depth interviews with some of the top runners and coaches in the state.