Make a difference with ProfVal: Expert & Writer onboard form
By working on Expert Opinion Letters and other services with ProfVal in your free time, you receive compensation for assessing the credentials of foreign professionals seeking to work in the United States.
By focusing on accuracy within letters, we seek to make the U.S. a better, stronger place. When qualified applicants legally work in the United States, these people contribute to job creation and other benefits in the United States. For this reason, compensation is equal for favorable and unfavorable assessments. If we erroneously accept an unqualified client, the cost is ours -- not yours.
This approach is consistent with our purpose, which is to contribute to the interests of the United States in an ethical way. Part of profits are donated to charity through profval.org. Just as our services promote equality of opportunity, we support causes related to education and equality.
To complete contract work with ProfVal, you must meet our requirements for being a writer or an expert, which are listed below:
Exceptional technical writing skills, the ability to complete complex research documents, have completed your bachelor's degree program OR have completed substantial progress in a program that requires deep writing and research skills, a detail-oriented approach.
Expert Qualifications - meet one or more of the following:
1. Terminal Degree & tenure-track faculty position at a U.S. university (PhD, MD, EdD, DO, DSc, DSW, CPA, etc.) and a faculty role. In most cases, this requires that the expert has 3+ peer-reviewed publications.
2. A major international award such as a: Nobel Prize, Pulitzer, Olympic Medal, or award of similar prestige.
3. Leadership role at the VP, Director, C-Suite, or comparable within a public company. Executives within private companies can be considered if the individual meets the requirements shown in point #
4. A bachelor's degree along with at least two of the following:
10+ years of experience
A national or international award
A license to practice in your profession
Membership or leadership in a professional association
Scholarship in your field
Evidence of your: commercial, professional, artistic, or athletic success
Leadership role in a business or nonprofit
Evidence of material published about you for your success or contributions
Recognition from your industry for your achievements
Other evidence of your expertise within your field