The Miller-McCune Center for Research, Media and Public Policy is a private, not for profit, educational organization established in 2007 to provide accurate reporting of scientific research and evidence-based programs to the general public. While many of publication’s contributors live throughout the world, our general staff is located in Santa Barbara, California. We offer a smart, creative work environment and excellent benefits, including
• 10 vacation days a year
• 5 sick days a year
• 10 holidays
• 1 personal holiday.
Paid benefits include health insurance, life insurance, and an employee-funded 403(B) retirement plan.
Currently we’re accepting applications for the following positions:
The Miller-McCune Center supports two editorial fellowships with Pacific Standard magazine. The full-time fellowships last 12 months, from January to December, and include an annual stipend.
Editorial fellowships focus on writing for the print and online publications, as well as research, fact-checking, and developing info graphics. All positions involve working closely with senior editorial staff at our Santa Barbara, California, offices. Since our fellowships are full-time, they are not appropriate for matriculated students.
We also offer summer internships for undergraduate students in communication, policy, or technology programs.
Applicants must be pursuing journalism as a career and have experience working in a deadline-oriented environment. They should also be enthusiastic, highly organized, and have a demonstrable interest in social issues, research, and policy. A passion for writing is essential.
Accepting applications for 2014 fellowships in early September 2013. If you’re interested, contact Nick Jackson, Pacific Standard‘s digital director.
Click here for a list of pass fellows and interns and where there are doing now.
The Miller-McCune Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer