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Join Planned Parenthood's Cultural Network

The Cultural Network is made up of correspondents – people like you – who help us understand emerging and established trends in their community. You'll go on research missions (and get paid to do them!) that will help us create better digital products and services for people around the globe.


How does it work?

Correspondents take on 'missions' -- little projects that help us better understand a problem we're trying to solve. When we have a mission that we think you'd be a good fit for, you'll be invited to participate. It's up to you whether you want to accept or decline a mission.

What is a 'mission'?

A 'mission' is a short research project in which you'll be asked to share your experiences and perspectives with us. Every mission is different, and may include gathering written responses, photos, videos and/or conducting peer interviews. You get paid for each mission you complete. 

What skills do I need?

You should be a good communicator who is comfortable talking with people. Beyond that, you should have a curiosity about the world around you and an interest in trends, culture and people in general. 

Do you think you'd make a great correspondent?

Find out more about the Cultural Network, including how to apply. If you have questions, comments or generally want to get in touch, email us at [email protected].

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