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ChemTalk, a new US based chemistry education non-profit organization, is accepting applications for internships, volunteers and advisors.
Areas that applicants could potentially work in include writing articles & tutorials, creating educational or experiment-based videos, social media, outreach to researchers, fundraising, and program development. Internships are not paid but can receive high school or college credits if their schools allow that.
ChemTalk’s mission is to make chemistry fun and easy to learn, to dispel the negative connotations associated with chemistry, and to give students and aspiring chemists role models in the researchers and scientists who are actively doing amazing things in current times. At a recent UCLA non-profit panel discussion, ChemTalk asked all 75 participants who their role model in chemistry was, and 75 out of chose someone who was deceased.
Further information can be requested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or visiting https://chemistrytalk.org
Best wishes to those interested.