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Deadline Extended! Earn $660 From Home

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We'll pay you to tell us what you think.
Got opinions? Want an audience?

If you're selected for the C-Note Teenage Panel, we'll pay $660 for the privilege of listening to you for a whole year.

We're looking for up to four responsible teenagers from different backgrounds to work as paid C-Note Teenage Panel members. Teenage Panel members must be in high school (ninth through 12th grade) in the fall of 2014 or, if home-schooled, of high school age.

As a panel member, you commit to one year of service, from June 1, 2014 to May 31, 2015. During that time, you complete surveys for one new story and one new game by email, every month. We also may ask you to complete one or two additional evaluations of C-Note issues.

Then, after writing a C-Note story of your own, you receive a $660 check for all your work.

Here's what you need to do the job:

It's a fantastic opportunity to showcase and develop your writing skills, play online games, evaluate interesting stories from people your own age, and learn about your finances-while getting paid. Sound like a fun way to earn 660 bucks?

Visit our current Teenage Panel to learn a little about this year's participants, and to visualize yourself in their roles next year. Then, send your request for an application by March 14, 2014 to Laurel Purves, C-Note Teenage Panel liaison:

We take your privacy seriously on C-Note and do not display your last name or sell your information to third parties. You'll never have to worry about spam from us filling up your inbox.

True or False: Benjamin Franklin died penniless, owing money to hundreds of different creditors. Click Ben's head for the answer.
FALSE: Franklin hated debt and viewed it as similar to slavery. He was so vehemently anti-debt that he considered starting a society for people who, like himself, lived debt-free called The Society of the Free and Easy.

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