Hello there! Welcome to the submissions portal for Conscious Company Media.

Conscious Company is a print and digital publication about business as a force for good. We exist to accelerate the transition to a purpose-driven economy in which business respects all stakeholders and all people can find inclusive, long-term prosperity through meaningful work.

We rely on our community of forward-thinking, influential changemakers to help us co-create the content in Conscious Company magazine and on our website.

We always welcome your ideas for stories or businesses we should cover; events our audience might like; or articles you’d like to write. We’re especially looking for ideas that embody our audience’s passion for sustainability, social issues, and the power of business to positively impact the world today.
 

To help us best align your idea or suggestion with our editorial needs and ensure the fastest possible response, please choose the category below that best reflects your submission.

Your pitch is most likely to succeed if you've read and follow our submission guidelines and understand what we're looking for.

Note: Due to the high volume of submissions and story ideas we receive, we can't guarantee a reply to every idea. 



New writers: Click "submit" to send us an article you've already written or story pitch/idea that you'd like us to consider publishing.

Please make sure to review the submissions guidelines first!

Also note that we do not pay contributors, so please only submit an idea here if you agree that you see value in writing for us for non-monetary reasons.

Finally, at this time we're not interested in considering content that has already been published online elsewhere. Please only submit ideas for stories that would be original to Conscious Company.

Thanks!



Click "submit" to send us an idea about a person, company, or event you think our team should know and consider writing about. If you're hoping to write the story yourself, please use one of the other categories in this list.
We don't publish many book reviews, but we do so occasionally, and we love adapting new, important conscious business books into stories for our website or print magazine, publishing short articles by book authors, or doing Q&As with authors.

Click "submit" to bring a book to our attention.
Click "submit" to let us know about truly time-sensitive information we should know about. If the event or news item is more than a month away, please follow the instructions for the appropriate category.
Conscious Company Media is seeking editorial interns to help with all aspects of producing our bimonthly print and daily digital magazine about business as a force for good.

As an editorial intern, you'll work closely with our editorial director to write, report, edit, and post content about social entrepreneurship, workplace culture, sustainable business, mission-driven and triple-bottom-line best practices, and business as a force for good. You'll also attend all editorial team meetings and be an integral part of our content planning and production process. 

Conscious Company is a small startup with a remote team, so you'll get experience working in that environment. You'll complete some of your work independently on your own schedule, and also spend time 1-2 days per week with our editorial team at the Impact Hub in downtown Boulder. 

We're committed to making internships with Conscious Company fulfilling and educational for our interns, so there will be room for you to create and pursue specific projects that relate to your areas of interest and expertise.



Qualifications

  • Demonstrated interest in writing, reporting, journalism, and research
  • Excellent writing skills
  • Demonstrated interest in sustainability, social justice, social change, and/or human rights
  • Demonstrated interest in sustainable business
  • Available to work with our team at the Impact Hub in Boulder at least one day per week
  • High attention to detail
  • Self-motivated and enthusiastic
  • Can receive academic credit for your internship

While we're open to considering qualified first- or second-year students, most successful applicants we've worked with are juniors, seniors, or graduate students.