What we're looking for
The STEM Table is looking for high school-aged and talented students with STEM research experience, skills and/or talent to join the Magazine Crew as a Researcher for our magazine and blog. We're seeking research-oriented students with an interest in one or two STEM disciplines interested in doing research for our publications.
- Write a short, informative research paper each month.
- Report directly to our Director of Journalism, Shreya Bhardwaj.
- Fact-check articles if necessary.
- Peer-review and edit other papers if necessary.
- Contribute to a STEM Resources list each week.
- Proven academic record in STEM discipline of interest, if applicable
- Proven extracurricular and work record in STEM discipline of interest, if applicable
- Effective writing skills in English
- Research experience is a plus
- Interest in STEM research
- Effective communication skills
- Time management and organizational skills
- A portfolio of your research work
- Service hour reports
- Experience in your chosen field
- Access to external opportunities and discounts
- Free GSuite and other nonprofit perks
The STEM Table is a fiscally sponsored 501(c)(3) nonprofit and a Hack+ project aiming to promote STEM careers through exciting initiatives and programs.
How to Apply
Please email email@example.com with the following materials and the subject line 'Application-[Postion you're applying for]':
- Your full name, email address, year in high school, name of high school and where you live
- CV/Resume as a .pdf, .doc, .docx, Google Doc or Google Drive link [optional and recommended if available]
- Link to LinkedIn profile [recommended but only if you have one]
- A short statement of no more than 300-500 words [no lower limit] of why you are a good fit for this role, past experience and skills that may be useful for the role, and why you would like to work at The STEM Table
- Links or attachments, one or many, to research work abstracts/papers/samples of research work. [recommended for those with previous experience]
- Up to three preferences for STEM disciplines you wish to research with us [eg. Mathematics, Finance Engineering, Physics, Psychology etc.]