Interested in science communication? Looking for journalism experience? You are in the right place! Click below to join our team of editors.
Can I edit for EUSci?
Yes! Our editing community is open to anybody with a keen interest in science journalism. EUSci is a great place to hone your writing and editing skills. If you want to talk about, why not say hello at firstname.lastname@example.org?
Do I need to be a science student?
No, while we need some editors with a scientific background to work on content, we also require editors with good writing skills from other disciplines. You do not need to be a current student to get involved.
How do I become an editor?
Simply click on the button above and fill out the online form. We will be in touch to confirm you are part of the team. You will then receive opportunities to edit articles on an ad-hoc basis.
How much of a commitment is required?
Editing an article should take around 2-4 hours, depending on its complexity and your experience. Typically, you would have one week between receiving the article and the editing deadline. It is up to you whether you take on articles or not. We guarantee you will be offered at least one editing opportunity after you sign up.
Why edit with EUSci?
- Become part of a fun, diverse, and creative community of scientists and writers.
- Contribute to a magazine that reports on cutting edge research, leads conversations, and inspires the next generation of science communicators.
- Because good writing is a crucial skill for employment, and editing is a great way to practice.
Do I need to be a member of the society?
Yes, please join the society to stay in the EUSci loop.
To get in touch about editing, please send us an email at email@example.com.