- Project Description: The science communications intern will work in a fast-paced environment focused on timely delivery of news related to EESA researchers’ contributions to climate science, future water supply, and alternative energy sources. EESA science communications interns spend their time doing meaningful work: researching, interviewing subject matter experts, writing, pitching, and producing visual features.
- Desired Education Level: Undergraduate student, Masters student
- Project PI/Mentor: Christina Procopiou, Earth & Environmental Sciences Area
Note: Mentors for science communications and strategic initiatives internship opportunities are open to hearing from interested candidates on an on-going basis. Please reach out to the project mentors listed by email with inquiries.