The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is advertizing for a media-focused intern for Spring 2013. From the Dec. 12, 2012 notice,
The Science and Technology Innovation Program (STIP) at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is currently seeking a media-focused intern for Spring 2013. The mission of STIP is to explore the scientific and technological frontier, stimulating discovery and bringing new tools to bear on public policy challenges that emerge as science advances.
Specific project areas include: nanotechnology, synthetic biology, Do-It-Yourself biology, the use of social media in disaster response, serious games, geoengineering, and additive manufacturing. Interns will work closely with a small, interdisciplinary team.
- Applicants should be a graduate or undergraduate student with a background or strong interest in journalism, science/technology policy, public policy and/or policy analysis.
- Solid reporting, writing and computer skills are a must. Experience with video/audio editing and new media is strongly desired.
- Responsibilities include assisting with the website/social media, writing and editing, helping produce and edit short-form videos, staffing events and other duties as assigned.
- Applicants should be creative, ready to engage in a wide variety of tasks and able to work independently and with a team in a fast-paced environment.
- The internship is expected to last for 3-5 months at 15-20 hours per week. Scheduling is flexible.
- Please include 2-3 writing samples/clips and links to any video/documentary work.
- Compensation may be available.
To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume, and brief writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org with SPRING 2013 INTERN in the subject line.
There doesn’t seem to be any additional information about the internship on the Wilson Center but you can check for yourself here. Good luck!