Graduates: We Want You to Blog for Patch

All are welcome to blog for Patch, but today is your day, graduates, and we hope if you have something to say, you’ll share it with your fellow Patch readers.

We at South Cobb Patch invite anyone in the community to blog on our site, but today, we wanted to extend that invitation to all the graduates out there.

It’s graduation season, and we know that there are plenty of high school and college graduates out there in South Cobb, Smyrna-Vinings, Marietta and across Cobb County.

Are you:

  • A high school graduate who wants to share your experiences as you enter college or the workforce?
  • A valedictorian or salutatorian who wants to share your commencement speech with the entire community?
  • A college graduate ready to begin your career—or perhaps preparing to start on your next level of college? (Grad school or doctoral programs, anyone?)

If you answered “yes” to any one of these questions, we’d love to see you blog on Patch. Of course, no matter what kind of graduate you are, you don’t have to blog about being a graduate, your past or future education, or what’s next in your life. You’re welcome to blog about any topic of your choice.

And if you’re reading this and you’re not a graduate, don’t fret, as we welcome your contribution as well. Again, anyone is welcome to blog on Patch.

Click here to start blogging on South Cobb Patch.

We will point out that this isn't a reporting job—you write what you want to say when you want to say it. Do it on your schedule, whether that's posting multiple entries per day or a couple times a month.

Got any questions about blogging on South Cobb Patch? Check out our blogging site for more information and our Blogging FAQ. You can also email Community Editor Jon Gargis at jon.gargis@patch.com for more information.


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