The Wildlife Society (TWS) is searching for an editorial intern to write for its news website (news.wildlife.org) and quarterly member magazine, The Wildlife Professional. This is a three-month minimum commitment, beginning in January 2013, with a preferred commitment of six months. Start date is flexible. Duties include reporting and writing short wildlife news items for the website and longer sidebars and articles on wildlife management and conservation for the magazine, as well as photo research, fact-checking, preparing and posting online materials, and some clerical work. Candidates must have a strong interest in journalism and wildlife science and conservation, with proven skills in reporting, writing, and online research. A Bachelor’s degree is required, as well as a background in science and some writing experience. Location: TWS headquarters office in Bethesda, Maryland. Hours: 35 hours a week (roughly 9:30 to 4:30), with some flexibility to telecommute. Qualified applicants should send a cover letter, resume, three to four published writing samples, and the names of two references to email@example.com. The Wildlife Society is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes candidates from all backgrounds. The position is unpaid, but applicants are encouraged to apply this internship toward credit in their graduate degree program; check with your department heads.