Want to help with science communication about issues in food and agriculture, learn new skills, and boost your resume at the same time? With just a little time, you can make a big difference. Join us in one of these Biofortified opportunities today!
If you are interested in working with Biology Fortified, please contact us! Let us know what you’d like to work on, why you’re interested, and share a link to your resume (LinkedIn, your website, Google Docs, etc).
Volunteer Biofortified opportunities
Biology Fortified, Inc. needs editors for the Biofortified Blog. Our contributors write and submit articles, which need to be reviewed for appropriateness, accuracy, and cohesiveness. Ideally, you would have experience with editing and fact-checking. This volunteer position will take 1-3 hours per week, depending on how many blog posts are submitted and how many authors you decide to take on.
We’re always looking for articles written by scientists, doctors, farmers, chefs, and anyone who eats food. This possibility is open to anyone, no matter your views. We provide editorial services and science communication training. Learn more on our Write for the Biofortified Blog page.
Social Media Coordinator
Biology Fortified uses Hootsuite to maintain our social media accounts. If you’re interested in learning how to use social media effectively or just want to help promote science-based information, this Biofortified opportunity is for you! This volunteer position takes less than 1 hour a week to schedule relevant posts, but is an incredibly important role.
Writing and editing not of interest, but still want to help? Contact us if you have talents to share! There is much to do, for example:
- Design an infographic.
- Chaperone Frank N. Foode™ at a conference or other event and take his photo with people or our album.
- Enter studies into the Genetic Engineering Risk Atlas (GENERA).
- Take photos of agriculture and biotechnology, both in the lab and in the field.
Paid Biofortified opportunities
We have no paid Biofortified opportunities available at this time. Please try again later. We are currently seeking funding for multiple projects, including a fellowship for new science communicators.