Applicants are invited to apply for the Science News Internship for people planning careers in science writing for fall and spring.
Preference is given to people completing an advanced degree in journalism with an emphasis in science writing. This is an unpaid internship program. Interns receive $600 per week.
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- Field of Internship: Interns work as full-time science writers under the guidance of Science News editors and writers. Based in Washington, D.C., Science News reports scientific findings and trends occurring worldwide.
- Course Level: Internship
- Internship Provider: Science News
- The internship can be taken in the USA (Washington, D.C.)
- The internship is intended for people planning careers in science writing and is offered three times a year for at least a three-month stay.
- Preference is given to people completing an advanced degree in journalism with an emphasis in science writing. Skilled writers working toward an advanced degree in one of the sciences and experienced journalists in the transition to a science speciality are also considered.
Internship Open for International Students: US applicants are eligible to apply for this internship program
How to Apply
How to Apply: Applicants should e-mail attachments of a cover letter, résumé, names of three references and PDFs of three recent science writing clips to Tom Siegfried Managing editor, Science News tsiegfried-at-sciencenews.org.
Benefits: Interns will receive an hourly rate of $16.
Application Deadline: January 21, 2020