We understand that our success depends on our team and we desire to maintain a creative, innovative and professional atmosphere.

We are confident that Mocha Kid Magazine will make a difference in the lives of many. Therefore, we desire a dynamic team to assist in making our vision become a reality.​

In order to maintain the creative integrity of Mocha Kid Magazine, we will only accept submissions that have not and will not be submitted to any other publications.

Submitted work must not be published or released in any way. Articles that have been released on Facebook, Twitter, blogs, etc. will not be published or will be pulled without notice.

Please take a moment to review the guidelines below before your submission.


WRITERS //

BEFORE YOU SUBMIT

  • Submissions must represent the Mocha Kid brand and meet quality standards.
  • Please ensure that articles are relevant and current.​
  • Submit 1-2 topics that you would enjoy writing about.
  • All writers must ensure that they can commit to requested deadlines.
  • Please submit one sample of previous written work.
  • Final submissions must be in a word document AND pasted into the body of the email.
  • You must be willing to sign a Writer’s Contract form giving Mocha Kid Magazine the rights to publish and distribute your work.

PHOTOGRAPHERS //

BEFORE YOU SUBMIT

  • Submissions must represent the Mocha Kid brand and meet quality standards.
  • Please ensure that photos have a light, crisp editing style with no excessive post-processing.
  • Submit 1-2 editorials per quarter with accurate credits for each vendor involved.
  • All photographers must ensure that they can commit to requested deadlines.
  • Final submissions must be in .jpg format.
  • Please submit 15-25 images at full resolution with no watermark.
  • You must be willing to sign a ​Photographer’s Contract​ form giving Mocha Kid Magazine the rights to publish and distribute your work.

STYLISTS //

BEFORE YOU SUBMIT

  • Please ensure that all articles of clothing represent Mocha Kid Magazine’s colorful, simple, unique brand.
  • Be sure to have a good mix of small shop owners and major retailers/brands.
  • Put together a storyboard with 2-3 color pallets and an average of 8 different pieces.
  • Be sure to accessorize! (i.e. scarves, leggings and bracelets)
  • Use various designers for each look.
  • Anticipate future trends.
  • Be sure to credit EACH designer.
  • Style for the upcoming season’s issue.