Your main tasks are…
|Research your given topic
||Guided by the lab in advance|
|Write a blog||Elaboration of a one-page personal diary of the training visit experience. Written in English|
|Produce a written article or audiovisual production||The material must be submitted within 15 days after the last visit day to the research centre. In your own language, however a short summary is requested in English|
It is the journalist’s job to ask questions. Well, try to put yourself on the other side:
Answer our questions and then take action!
√ Are you a journalism student in your final year or with some working experiences?
√ Is your school/university/institute based in a European country?
√ Are you looking for an occasion to put your talent into practice and make it visible?
√ Giving the right visibility to generally overlooked topics is part of your mission?
√ Do you think you have the talent to make unpopular, popular to the large public?
√ Are you looking for a special news area to commit yourself to?
√ Have you an interest in scientific research or wish to explore this path?
√ Would you like to be the first to disclose a scientific news story?
√ Do you wish to have an experience of European networking?
√ Are you interested in working in a European environment?
√ Are you looking for a chance of getting in touch with media personalities?