There’s good news! The ESO Science Journalism Internship is now accepting applications. This post will go over the details of the internship, and the application process.
For international students, the ESO Science Journalism Internship 2022-2023 is a fully paid internship. The internship might last anywhere from three to six months in length. The Internship will give you with a monthly stipend to cover your living expenses, housing, and the cost of a return flight from/to your home station.
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The ESO’s Education and Public Outreach Department (ePOD) is in charge of the organization’s public relations efforts. To address the specialized requirements of television, print, and online media, a variety of programmes and activities are used, such as press releases and broadcast content for the media. EPOD uses a multi modal approach to public outreach and produces high-quality printed materials like brochures, books, yearly reports, newsletters, and posters, among other things.
The European Southern Observatory (ESO), formally known as the European Organisation for Astronomical Research in the Southern Hemisphere, is a 16-nation intergovernmental astronomy research organisation. ESO, which was founded in 1962, has offered astronomers with cutting-edge research facilities as well as access to the southern sky.
ESO Internship Summary
- Institution(s): ESO
- Course Level: Internships
- Location: Germany
- Internship Focused Areas: Science communication of front line astronomy projects.
- Internship Period: The duration of the internship is 3 to 6 months.
- Internship Deadline: December 31, 2022
ESO Internship Benefits
ESO Science Journalism Internship will provide:
- A monthly allowance to cover your living expenses.
- The cost of a return trip from/to your home station.
Eligibility Criteria for ESO Internship
Applicants must fulfill the following criteria for ESO Science Journalism Internship:
- Required Languages: English. You must be fluent in English both written and oral.
- Eligible Countries: All world countries
- We are looking for people who want to gain experience in science communication of frontline astronomy projects.
- You should have some previous experience in written science communication in English and in particular communicating astronomy or other physical sciences to the public.
- You should also have a knowledge of astronomy that allows you to understand scientific papers.
- You must have strong MS Office applications skills (Word, Excel and PowerPoint). Candidates currently studying or having recently completed a University degree in science, science communication or science journalism, are preferred.
- Provide clear, concise and timely written and oral communications.
- Work under time pressure and deliver to agreed deadlines and standards.
- Work both on your own initiative and as part of a team.
- Build good collaborative working relationships with people from different cultural backgrounds and disciplines.
How to Apply for ESO Internship
Please follow the following application instructions to win ESO Science Journalism Internship :
- Apply online from Here.
- Complete the applications in English.
- The application include a motivation letter and your CV.
- Please also upload samples of your work (Applications without samples will not be evaluated).