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Refraction Media is a niche publisher with a global reputation and distribution, and winner of Best Small Publisher Award 2015. With clients including Google, plus Australia’s leading universities and most innovative start-ups, Refraction Media create, market and distribute content specialising in science, technology, engineering and maths, or STEM.
Train for excellence in science publishing
Flexible, part-time internships available
Dynamic and varied environment
Busy startup culture
Get science communication and publishing experience
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Refraction Media is an exciting startup with directors who bring 30+ years of experience to the table, and a prestigious client base of universities, science organisations and government departments.
As custom publishers and content producers specialising in STEM, Refraction Media has carved out a unique position in the sector. Areas of expertise include career guides, industry magazines, study guides, posters, apps, videos and more.
‘Refraction is a highly regarded publisher that specialises in content concerning science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). With so many connections to the STEM community, working for Refraction enabled me to write about some of Australia’s most exciting innovators. As a student journalist, I was given the invaluable opportunity to interview and write about highly regarded scientists and researchers.’ – Kara Norton, New York University, Refraction intern
‘Coming into the internship I had only written one article, which was for Fitness First Magazine. By the end of my internship I had written three articles for the Science Meets Business website and three articles for Refractions’ careers magazines. My internship has enhanced my writing and interviewing skills, and given me more familiarity with WordPress and InDesign. I aim to keep collaborating with the team at Refraction while I continue to develop my own media projects.’ – Guy Fenton, Refraction intern
Interested in getting some experience with us?
We welcome applications from trainee journalists with a background in writing or science for part-time of full-time internships ranging from 4 weeks to 6 months. With 20+ years’ of experience in science publishing, we can mentor you, provide you with publishing credits, great feedback and a fun work environment as you embark on your science communication career.
You will gain experience in print and digital publishing, work with award-winning editors and have the opportunity to contribute to pieces across a wide range of science areas.
To apply please send:
· Your resume
· 2-3 writing examples
· Your preferred availability (part-time or fulltime, and available duration)
· A couple of sentences describing your a passion or interest in science, technology, engineering or maths