Science Journalism Student Internships
Dahlitz Media operates a number of platforms producing content for the science and technology fields. With a social reach of 80K and growing, we are becoming established as a niche provider of content, especially in the mental health arena.
We are now offering students of science journalism an outlet for writing to a large audience while building a portfolio of published material, on an internship or casual basis as part of a tertiary course. Students have the opportunity to work in an online team environment under the direction of a managing editor and editor-in-chief. This is an opportunity for students only as part of their university or college education. We welcome freelance science journalists to pitch their story ideas to the Editor-in-Chief – see below.
The platforms that deliver science journalism are:
The Science of Psychotherapy https://www.thescienceofpsychotherapy.com/
A monthly digital publication, website and training academy, is purposed to inform professionals in the mental health arena about the science of mental health. The platform published short-form articles from the website and long-form pieces in the magazine.
Topics covered include:
- Biomedical research and advances
- Integrative medicine
- Spotlight on personalities in the field
- Therapeutic techniques and research
- General commentaries on mental health
Age of Robots https://ageofrobots.net/
The Age of Robots platform is a broad-spectrum coverage of technology and technological impacts on society and culture. Once a magazine, now delivering only online articles, Age of Robots aims to provide both technically sophisticated articles for the professional in areas of technology, social sciences and policy making, while also serving public interest journalism. Most articles are short-form, although there is scope for long-form articles also.
Topics covered include (all pertaining to technology):
- Artificial Intelligence
- Opinion pieces
STUDENTS: To enquire about participating in an Internship with Dahlitz Media please contact the appropriate career adviser at the University or College where you are studying to confirm your eligibility to complete an Internship. We are offering a “student placement” that is part of tertiary study – Please see the Fair Work Ombudsman’s definition of student placements here: https://www.fairwork.gov.au/pay/unpaid-work/student-placements
QUALIFICATIONS: Journalism, English, Communication or Media Major in a Bachelor’s Degree Program, or post-graduate program.
INSURANCE: Students will need to be covered by their university or colleges personal accident and public liability insurance while they are on placement and the internship must be approved by their university department. All required paperwork must be submitted and signed off prior to the commencement of your internship.
For more information please contact Matthew Dahlitz, Editor-in-Chief, at firstname.lastname@example.org