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Josie Watkins

"This internship is a phenomenal opportunity not only for those compelled by the niche field of neuroethics, but also for those interested in the broader field of science communication as well.

Both the projects you’ll work on and the people you’ll work with will enrich your understanding of all the different facets of communication within an international organization, and provide you with valuable experience that aligns with your interests."

– Josie Watkins


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Kimberley Glover

"Those who are considering an internship with the INS should know that their hard work and dedication will not go unnoticed or unappreciated.

Their contributions, no matter how big or small, will make a difference in the end."

– Kimberley Glover


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Ian Stevens

"For those interested in the neurosciences or philosophy, this internship provides an encompassing experience of the field neuroethics while being able to contribute remotely and around a student's often complex schedule. Such an experience is normally reserved for graduate students thus can provide both undergraduate students or post-bacs valuable insights about the field."

– Ian Stevens

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