NAIS Supporter Opportunities to Provide Content

Access. It’s one of the key advantages to being an NAIS Supporter throughout the year.

NAIS member schools are looking for your expertise, and you can answer their call by submitting content for potential distribution on our wide range of media channels.

How can you contribute? Consider your sweet spot. What type of insights and perspectives can you provide to independent schools? How does your expertise connect with the top-of-mind trends and issues? The types of content you can submit for consideration include:
  • articles
  • case studies
  • blog posts
  • research reports
  • tip sheets
  • infographics
  • white papers
  • and more.
 

NAIS Website

Our highly trafficked website features a broad and deep well of resources that NAIS members access daily. Your content could be featured among the variety of topics members find relevant.

>For website submissions, please complete this form.
 

Independent School Magazine 

The new magazine design (Spring 2018 launch) offers greater opportunity in print and on the website for you to share your expertise, including research insights, case studies, leadership and management lessons, and perspectives on education issues and trends.

>For Independent School magazine submissions, check out the submission guidelines and themes.
 

Independent Ideas Blog

The weekly blog builds on the magazine by exploring new issues and trends and examining new angles on old issues. Blogs are excerpted in the weekly Bulletin email, which is sent to all members. Your content could address one of these broad focus areas:
  • evolving educational landscape
  • talent development
  • new financial models for schools
  • 21st century teaching and learning
  • diversity and inclusion
  • wellness
‚Äč>For Independent Ideas blog submissions, review the submission guidelines.


Webinars

Our regular, hour-long webinars offer you a way to actively connect with members by presenting or co-presenting with a member school. You can delve into trends and topics that address their challenges, provide professional development opportunities, and engage with NAIS members.

>To submit a webinar idea, please complete this form.


Please note that we accept submissions of already-created content, as well as ideas and pitches, on an ongoing basis. We review all ideas and submissions through the lens of usefulness, relevance, and timeliness. A submission does not guarantee that content will be used.

We look forward to receiving your content and ideas. If you have questions, please reach out to us at [email protected].