The Angiogenesis Foundation, a non-profit institution based in Cambridge, MA, is offering a selective to students interested in helping to develop internet-based educational programming on animal health. The Foundation is currently seeking three selective students to help create and implement a new portion of the Foundation’s web site dedicated to animal health. Students will help write, edit and graphically present educational content about common diseases in dogs and horses and the role of new angiogenesis medicines in treating these conditions.
This selective is a great opportunity for students to explore the use of multimedia in educating the public about veterinary medicine and an opportunity to learn about a premiere area of medical research – angiogenesis. No previous web training required. This selective is offered for fall, spring, summer of over school breaks.
The Foundation’s office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 7:00pm (or later as required) and the staff is flexible in working with student’s schedules. More information about the organization can be found on the Foundation’s website. Interested students must contact the organization before signing up for the selective.