Call for Designers, Artists, and Geographers
Join the SftP Mapping Collective
We’ve been writing about science’s deep connection to oppressive forces—as a means for colonization, for imperializing exploration, for racist agendas, and for classist methods, but what does that look like? What does resistance to these oppressive forces look like? We are looking for people interested in place, geography, or geographic information systems (GIS) who want to help build up Science for the People’s mapping team. If you have skills or enthusiasm for creating maps, have access to data, or ideas and questions, reach out!
Become a Designer for Science for the People magazine
Science for the People is seeking designers who want to make a difference to help with the graphic design and layout of our print edition. You’ll work closely with our design team on the look and feel, layout, and production of the magazine. Do you have a passion for print, a flair for typography, or an interest in editorial design? We’d love to work with you!
Submit Artwork & Illustration
Would you like to see your work featured in an upcoming issue of the magazine? We are always looking for talented and passionate artists to contribute submissions that help bring our articles to life with compelling visuals. We’re open to all forms of visual expression and we’d love to see what you do!
To volunteer on any of these initiatives, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your portfolio, interest, and availability. Thank you!