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Posted Job Title
Intern, Writer (DM-Geriatrics- PMC)
Job Profile Title
Temporary Employee – Non-Exempt
Job Description Summary
The Penn Memory Center at the University of Pennsylvania is offering a unique paid opportunity for college students or recent graduates looking for additional experience in healthcare and science communications.
The Penn Memory Center at the University of Pennsylvania is offering a unique paid opportunity for college students or recent graduates looking for additional experience in healthcare and science communications. Our interns are not fetching coffee; they’re trained from day one to cover the latest in Alzheimer’s disease and neuromodulation research in a way that the general public can understand.
This position is to be on site at the University of Pennsylvania, but may be remote as needed.
This is a paid, part-time (29 hours/week), temp (up to 10 months) position that will begin in September.
The lead writer intern will author most content for pennmemorycenter.org, newsletters, and social media. Some photography, graphic design, and multimedia work may be included.
Job Location – City, State
Department / School
Perelman School of Medicine
$7.25 – $230.00
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