The responsibilities of this position include editing and referencing academic papers to be published, systematically reviewing academic papers to collect relevant data, preparing papers for submission, and writing grant letters. The intern will learn important writing, communication and teamwork skills. The applicant should have attention to details, high levels of collegiate writing, and proficiency in Microsoft Word and other document editing software applications. We encourage underclassmen to apply.
All positions with the GHI project, this one included, require at least a one semester commitment of 10 hours per week. Each week you will be responsible several tasks assigned to you by your team leader, preparation of a weekly update of your progress, and mandatory attendance at a two-hour meeting. During the fall semester, this meeting will be on Tuesdays from 2:15-4:15PM.
PLEASE NOTE: In order to receive general CDCI academic credit for this internship, you must contact firstname.lastname@example.org once you have been hired. If you want credit through your department/major, please contact them directly.
This is also offered as a class called PHIL 480G.