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  • My experience as an intern was the most challenging and enjoyable time I’ve had during a summer job. Condensing the dearth of facts, quotes, and asides from reporting into a snappy four paragraph story proved to be much more difficult than understanding the underlying science, but it was a creative...
  • “My experience as a Science intern has helped me to become a much more critical thinker and researcher as a journalist. Just when I think that I have covered all of the bases, there’s always more information to collect or different types of people to interview to add more depth to the story.
  • “As a former science and technology reporter at my college newspaper, I thought I knew the basics of science journalism. Science showed me how wrong I was, but in a helpful, enlightening manner.
  • Although my ten weeks at Science went by quickly, the experience was a nice introduction to the field of science writing. I enjoyed having first-hand experience that allowed me to build on my reporting and writing skills. The internship provided room for flexibility; I was able to write for print,...
  • Being at Science has been an incredible learning opportunity. My main goal for this internship was to determine if science journalism was something I could do professionally. Although I still have a long way to go, I am certain that I want to pursue science reporting as a part of my career. Over...
  • As I learn more and I read more, my appetite for science related news grows. I am challenged everyday. Sometimes I struggle to grasp certain subject matters, and instead of “moving on” I wrestle with the topic. I came in with the “sponge mentality;” I will learn as much as I can. I look forward to...
  • This internship flew by faster than any of my previous summer jobs. Every day was exciting and fresh after all, journalists cover the news. There were always new discoveries, new programs, and new debates. But because newsrooms are so busy, I had to learn to speak up and make my voice heard. I...
  • I entered this game without little print or science experience I was a broadcast journalist by training, and had only dabbled in a few pre-med courses. I was motivated to join the two and learn what was the relationship between them, if any. In some sort of unspoken understanding, my editors and...
  • With a semester of science editing experience under my belt, I was eager to see how the job was done on the professional level where the science stories are bigger and the deadlines are shorter. It was such a thrill experiencing first-hand the fast-paced environment of the Science newsroom during a...
  • I’ll never be able to get enough of that constant back-and-forth between editor and writer. Those meetings to talk about your writing and even just the rapid exchange of emails make for a really valuable and exhilarating experience. With each edit, you immediately get this sense of instant...