WHO ARE WE?
60 Seconds is an Omics Live! Internship magazine written and managed by student interns from high schools and universities across the United States. We celebrate stories that matter to our generation and yours, while developing our skillsets before entering into a real world career. All articles are tightly written in order to be read in one minute or less.
The 60 Seconds Magazine Internship, managed by Omics LIVE!, a 501(c)3 non-profit career-exploring organization, gives students a platform to improve their business writing skills.
60 Seconds Magazine is operated by a Student Intern Staff, publishing creative stories with content written in a quick-read format to improve skillsets required in a real-world setting.
This Internship improves: CONTENT SELECTION METICULOUS WRITING MEETING DEADLINES LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE EXECUTIVE INTERVIEWING
An Internship with 60 Seconds Magazine provides student interns with experience for their Resume and LinkedIn profiles.
Seen the movie? Now read the book! Book Reviewer Tara Mann discusses acclaimed novel The Martian and how author Andy Weir’s unique sense of humor helps to balance the humor of his narration with the in-depth descriptions of the science behind the story.
As important as activism can be, staying safe in an unprecedented pandemic is important. For vital information on how to stay hydrated, aware, and sanitary, read Lifestyle writer Rebecca Giansante’s article and stay safe when you go out - whether or not you're protesting.
June is Pride Month, and it’s more important than ever to highlight companies and brands that support the LGBTQIA+ community. Fashion writer Audrey Wagner discusses Converse’s colorful shoe designs that allow us to wear our identities and allyship loud and proud.
60 SECONDS LIVE RESUMES
Nenad Pejic, a retired journalist, shares his personal story and experience working in journalism and reporting. Writer Chambolion Fairley includes more details about his career in former Yugoslavia during a period of political unrest and where he sees journalism evolving in the future.
Writer and Fashion/Beauty Editor Lexi Freund speaks with Robert Kelly about his career journey and his current role as the General Counsel of Quibi, a position which involves handling legal matters. Kelly provides insight into the legal field as well as advice for prospective individuals entering law.
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