If you’re a senior undergraduate or graduate student interested in a career in science communication, you have until June 25 to apply for a summer Science Communication Fellowship with Oregon Sea Grant in Corvallis, OR.
Under the mentorship of communications director Joe Cone, the fellow will have an opportunity to work with our professional communications team, developing and writing stories for the lay public – primarily for print, but potentially for Web, video or audio projects as well.
The fellow is required to maintain minimum enrollment requirements for their program of study during the summer months (undergraduates 1 credit, graduates 3 credits).
The fellowship is intended to run from approximately July 1 to October 1, 2012, with the possibility of extending into fall term.
For information about stipends, requirements and how to apply, visit the Oregon Sea Grant Website.