Edit the Guardian’s women’s pages for a week

// 1 September 2007

The Guardian is running a competition to edit the Women section of G2 for a week.

The competition celebrates the women’s pages 50ths anniversary, and opened back in July (thanks Dollymix), but there are only a few short weeks to enter. If you’re interested, head over to the Guardian pronto to get the full story. You’ll need to pull together:

– Five ideas for articles that you would like to see featured on the women’s pages, outlining each of them in no more than two paragraphs

– 500 words explaining why you would like to be women’s editor and why you would be well suited to the role

– A one-page CV outlining any relevant experience

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