NASW Student Programming at the 2024 AAAS Annual Meeting

Denver, Colo.

NASW Mentoring Program and Career Events
Presented by the NASW Education Committee

Undergraduate and Graduate Travel Fellowship Applications: Form Closed - Due Date Dec. 15

On-Site Event Date and Time: Friday, Feb. 16, 3:00 - 5:00 PM at the Colorado Convention Center Room 401
Travel Fellows Orientation: 3-4 PM Mountain Time
Mentoring Program: 4-5 PM Mountain Time
Mentee Signup: Form Closed - Due Date Feb. 5
Mentor Signup: Google Form (Program Info)

Headed to the 2024 AAAS Annual Meeting? Are you a graduate or undergraduate student looking for guidance on how to establish a career in science writing? Are you an experienced science writer who is willing to devote time during AAAS weekend to mentor students? Participate in mentor-mentee activities organized by the NASW Education Committee.

Open to NASW student members (join here). AAAS meeting registration required for all Denver events (regular registration or press registration). See you in Colorado in February!


Questions? Contact NASW Education Committee Co-Chairs Czerne Reid and Ashley Yeager at Thank you to Czerne, Ashley, 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.

Founded in 1934 with a mission to fight for the free flow of science news, NASW is an organization of ~ 2,800 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 and follow NASW on LinkedIn.