The Process Fill out an application and submit it either by commenting to this post (comments are screened) or by emailing email@example.com. On July 1, all applicants will receive an email that includes a grammar question. Just like what the Fandom Grammarians do, applicants will write a response to answer that question. The current Fandom Grammarians will read the responses and select the new grammarians based off those answers.
Application Submit the application either by commenting or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Experience (from school, work, or online including writing and beta/critique experience)
*Are you a specialist in Southern dialect? An Irish native? We're looking to expand our knowledge base for dialects and regional usage, so please share any special skills you may possess.
Cut and Paste Code:<b>Primary LJ</b>
Timeline Applications open on June 16 and close June 30. Questions will go out on July 1 and be due by July 11.
We do not yet have a timeline for selecting the new grammarians as it will depend heavily on how many applicants we have. We are aiming to have the decisions made before the end of July.
Questions? If you have any questions about the process or about what we’re looking for in a Fandom Grammarian, please feel free to ask. I will make sure all answers to questions are unscreened.