Contact: 
Yalda T. Uhls
Address: 
Franz Hall
Phone: 
3102101244
Description of Organization and Population Served: 
We work to share psychological research with practitioners in the entertainment industry who create content for youth.
Description of Fieldwork Project and Responsibilities of Intern: 
The project will include summarizing research papers, helping with events, reviewing content (scripts, shows) and writing up reports.
Special Qualifications: 
English language. Please fill out the application here (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XJ7H27H) and email your resume and a cover letter briefly explaining your interest in the Center for Scholars & Storytellers to info@scholarsandstorytellers.com. Please include your first and last name in the subject of the email. For students who would like to receive course credit, we recommend that you submit your application, resume, and cover letter at least three weeks prior to the quarter in which you are interested in doing the internship, so there is ample time to review your application.
Hourly Commitment Per Week: 
7-10
How does this relate to Cognitive Science?: 
One important component of reviewing scripts and designing entertainment for a specific audience is the knowledge of how that audience thinks. Cognitive Science students have the unique advantage of understanding both artificial and real systems, and this knowledge will serve within a sector associated in creating digital content for an audience. Additionally, the ability to read and summarize research reports is an important component within the cognitive science curriculum.