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The Encyclopedia of Life: Technical Writing Internship

by Savannah Dix on March 27, 2013

The Encyclopedia of Life is seeking student interns to help with the writing of high priority species pages for special EOL projects and program areas. Recent life science graduates and undergraduates (juniors or seniors) with excellent literature research and writing skills are encouraged to apply.

Interns will be able to specialize in a given group of organisms. Students interested in marine organisms, plants, and arthropods are particularly encouraged to apply. Internship activities include: Managing multiple writing/research assignments; Surveying available online resources for a given species; Conducting literature research and communicating with subject area specialists; Drafting, writing and editing species pages; Using and testing the EOL data entry tools.

This position is unpaid, and can be remote, or based at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC.

For full position description, please contact Katja Schulz, schulzk@si.edu

 

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