The Scientific Student Positions
Here is a current list of available positions and responsibilities for The Scientific Student:
- Magazine Writer
- A magazine writer would be responsible for contributing science related articles ranging from lifestyle to student research to the bimonthly publication of The Scientific Student. Although hours necessary for the job are flexible, a magazine writer should expect to contribute at least one quality article per publication. Example article topics could be reports on interesting new scientific research, personal science experiences, opinions, as well as other assorted issues.
- Blog Writer
- A blog writer would be responsible for contributing science related articles on various topics. Like the magazine writers, the hours for the job are flexible, however blog writers are expected to contribute at least one article every two weeks. Unlike the magazine writers however, blog writers may contribute much shorter pieces. Example article topics could be reports on interesting new scientific research, personal science experiences, opinions, as well as other assorted issues.
- Magazine Editor
- A magazine editor is responsible editing, fact checking, and reviewing submitted articles, as well as helping to format and design the publication itself. Additionally, magazine editors are expected to brainstorm issue ideas, and creatively contribute to The Scientific Student team.
- Blog Editor
- A blog editor is responsible for editing, fact checking, and reviewing submitted blog articles, as well as helping to format and design portions of the website. Like magazine editors, blog editors are also expected to brainstorm blog section ideas, and other creative methods for The Scientific Student team.
- Social Media Manager
- In the age of social media, a social media manager would be responsible for marketing and sharing new publications, articles, and ideas to the general public. A social media manager should have good working knowledge of apps such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
If you would like to apply for one of the above positions, please do so here. If you are not interested in working for The Scientific Student, but would still like to submit an individual article, you may do so under the Contact section, pasting the body of your article in the message section.
Note: Because our publication and articles are free to be viewed by the public, we cannot offer monetary compensation to The Scientific Student contributors. However, if you would like a letter of recommendation in the future, we would be happy to provide one.