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NASW’s 2023 annual Internship Fair and AAAS conference opportunities for NASW student members

This winter NASW’s Education Committee is offering several opportunities for NASW student members. Follow the links below to learn more. We look forward to seeing you online or in person or both!

Saturday, Feb. 11: NASW Internship Fair (virtual)

This virtual event is aimed at students ready to interview for internships. Read more and sign up by Feb. 6 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern.

March 2-5: AAAS Student Mentoring Program (in person)*

Are you a graduate or undergraduate student looking for guidance on how to establish a career in science writing? Learn more and request a mentor by Thursday, Feb. 16, at 11:59 p.m. Eastern

Are you an experienced science writer planning to attend AAAS? Read more and sign up to mentor by Thursday, Feb. 16, at 11:59 p.m. Eastern

March 3: Informal meet and greet with editors (in person)*

Are you a student interested in talking with editors to learn more about the field of science writing? We’ll be hosting an informal meet up for those attending. Time and information here: https://www.nasw.org/events/nasw-student-programs-aaas-annual-meeting-20...

*= AAAS meeting registration required (regular registration or press registration)

Not an NASW student member yet? Visit nasw.org/join and start your annual membership today for $20!

Questions? Contact NASW Education Committee Co-Chairs Czerne Reid and Ashley Yeager and Internship Fair Coordinator Berly McCoy at education@nasw.org. Thank you to Czerne, Ashley, Berly, and other NASW member volunteers who spearhead our student programming year after year. And tag #SciWriStudent in your social media posts to join the conversation.

NASW student programming is organized by the National Association of Science Writers, and is not a program of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. However, NASW extends its thanks to AAAS for its partnership over the years for providing meeting spaces during past Annual Meetings for NASW student programming. For more information, share our announcement: https://www.nasw.org/article/nasw-science-writers-annual-journalism-internship-fair-and-mentoring-opportunities-student-early-career-members

Founded in 1934 with a mission to fight for the free flow of science news, NASW is an organization of more than 3,000 professional journalists, authors, editors, producers, public information officers, students and people who write and produce material intended to inform the public about science, health, engineering, and technology. To learn more, visit www.nasw.org

January 24, 2023