Tech Writing Internship with Meridium in Roanoke

Meridium is seeking a technical writer intern to “work in a collaborative, team-oriented software development environment.” Meridium has offices located across the U.S. and the world; however, the intern would report at Meridium’s Roanoke, Virginia location.

Applicants must be pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in “Technical Writing, English, Communication, or related field.”

Students pursuing a BA in English or a BA in English with a concentration in Technical and Business Writing are therefore eligible to apply.

More information about the internship with Meridium, including application instructions, can be found on their website.

 

Internship with the RU English Department for Fall 2016

The RU English Department is hiring a writing/editing intern for Fall 2016 to help with the administration and marketing of a new, graduate-level certificate program in Professional Writing. The program will enroll its first cohort of post-baccalaureate students (i.e., individuals who already have a Bachelor’s degree) in the fall.

The intern will report to co-coordinators Dr. Laura Vernon and Dr. Amy Rubens and will help with writing, editing, and marketing duties for the program. The internship is for academic credit only.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and will be accepted until the position is filled.

More information about the internship, including how to apply, can be found “after the jump.” (Click to expand the post and reveal the complete job listing.)

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Independent Study: Avila Scientific and Whitebarrel Winery

Avila Scientific, Whitebarrel Winery, and Radford University have teamed up to save the bees!

According to a promotional flyer, they are looking for students “from a wide-spectrum of disciplines to participate in a new program to save the bees. Students will have the opportunity to earn credits for research or independent study.”

Read more about the opportunity below, and attend the informational meeting to be held at Center for the Sciences (CS) M73 on Thursday, February 11, 2016 at 5:30 PM.