Four years ago, I stumbled upon Ethos Debate’s website. The articles I read helped me look at debate in a new way and grow tremendously in debating and speaking. I sent in my case to be critiqued by Isaiah McPeak. Needless to say, I received excellent advice. Ethos Debate became a regular resource I turned to as I continued debating.
A year and a half ago, Ethos was looking for interns. I applied, was accepted, wrote articles, contributed to Ethos’ Sourcebooks. They were little things, but they added up.
One year ago, my internship was coming to a close and I was extended an offer to coach for Ethos. I trained, learned, took students, and coached them to success and improvement. I coach students to this day and I love the platform I’ve been given with Ethos.
Now, I’m very humbled and grateful to be leading the development of Ethos’ new National Speech and Debate Association (NSDA) Lincoln-Douglas (LD) and Public Forum (PF) Sourcebooks to be launched for the 2019-20 season.
I was given a small internship which has led to opportunities I had no idea would be offered to me. I’d like to give you the same kind of opportunity I was initially given.
We are looking for experienced, diligent, and successful debaters and researchers to serve on Ethos’ NSDA Sourcebook team.
This is a competitive, paid position and we are looking to hire the very best. Boost your resume, make some money, hone your researching skills.