skilled in marketing, writing, graphic design and social media will be
available during the UW-Madison fall semester through a course taught by Tom
Still, president of the Tech Council.
Studies in Science and Technology Communications” is a capstone course in the
UW-Madison Department of Life Sciences Communications, available to seniors and
graduate students. Students are available for an average of about five hours
per week beginning in mid-September. Past interns have built web sites, written
news releases, helped to manage marketing
campaigns and more. A number have been hired by tech-based companies or news publications
that cover technology.
are unpaid, but business-related expenses incurred by interns during the course
of the semester should be covered by the company. A semester-ending assessment
of the student’s work will be required. Due to student transportation concerns,
companies in the Madison area will be given first consideration. Please send a
brief description of your proposed intern project(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org.