The Kantner Foundation awards scholarships to outstanding students who demonstrate an understanding of, and commitment to, entrepreneurship as well as high potential for future success. We recognize outstanding high school students who have demonstrated an understanding of and commitment to entrepreneurship. The foundation was established in 1987 by Woodrow A. Kantner to carry out his twin objectives of providing scholarships to like-minded high school students and advancing the free enterprise system.
Over the past 32 years, more than 200 scholarships have been awarded to students who demonstrate high potential for future success and have met the qualifications set by the Kantner Foundation.
The foundation is currently searching for skilled bloggers to rewrite articles for our website. We will be targeting approximately 5 articles a week, and lengths will vary between approximately 700 to 900 words. Starting pay will be $0.08 per word. We will require revised versions to be substantially different from the original, while retaining the same content and length. An essential goal of these articles is search-engine optimization (SEO), and as such extra attention will be required to SEO keywords.
Below are two examples of rewritten articles with changes tracked:
- 4 Tips to Get Started as a High School Entrepreneur 1.11.19 - Rewritten
- 8 Effective Daily Habits of Young Entrepreneurs 1.11.19 - Rewritten
This role with the foundation will initially be a part-time, with consistent, high-quality work potentially leading to increased hours on a wider range of projects (proofreading, document drafting etc.).
All candidates should apply online through the ProBlogger platform. Emails sent to the foundation’s general account will not be considered. Applicants are asked to rewrite the below article as a sample to showcase writing skills. Please attach the rewritten document along with the rest of your application.
Blog Rewriting Sample: 5 Priorities for Young Entrepreneurs