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  • For 40 years, AAAS has dispatched science and engineering scholars to top newsrooms for summer reporting jobs, and for the first time, two of this year's 15 fellows will generate Spanish-language news. The Spanish-speaking AAAS Mass Media Science & Engineering Fellows will work for 10 weeks at...
  • Providing opportunities for scientists and engineers to learn first-hand about policymaking while contributing their knowledge and analytical skills in the federal policy realm. Google+
  • An online career-planning tool called myIDP , launched last fall at the Science Careers Web site, has won an award from the Association of American Medical Colleges for its innovative and increasingly vital outreach to doctoral and postdoctoral scientists and engineers. The tool's creators say that...
  • The 2013 AAAS Mass Media Fellows shared stories from their summer on the beat. | AAAS/Carla Schaffer After spending 10 weeks as working for media outlets including the Chicago Tribune, Scientific American, NOVA and Wired, the 39th class of the AAAS Mass Media Fellows returned to AAAS to celebrate...
  • As an intern at Science , I expected to work with very talented writers and intelligent individuals. But the staff was so much more than just that–they were humorous, personable, inspiring, and encouraging. Science offered me a summer experience that was more amazing than I could have ever imagined.
  • This program was the best thing I could have done after graduation. I got to have fun learning hands-on about an area of science I never knew before, and, I got to learn more science! I was intrigued by the typical day of a science journalist interviewing politicians and contemplating the effects...
  • From the beginning, my experience at Science was one of independence and discovery. Given the freedom to pursue the subjects of my choosing and to write and research with minimal guidance, the internship taught both the skills of the trade and how to use them to the greatest effect. From day one we...
  • I applied for the Science Minority Writers Internship for three reasons: to improve as a science writer by working with professionals, to witness-up close and personal-the science writing environment, and to evaluate how my voice could contribute to the field.
  • I was given an opportunity that many journalism students would love. I was able to work side by side with award winning journalists and editors. The experience proved to be very valuable and allowed me to view the world of journalism from an interesting vantage point. I had the chance to learn as...