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.
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.
60 Seconds combines traditional journalism techniques with the fast-paced world of modern technology to deliver our readers lifestyle tips, fashion trends, entertainment news, and more—all in sixty seconds or less.
The president of the Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST), Walter Moore, shares his experience working in land conservation. Writer Natalie Snyder includes more details on Moore's position, as well as his advice for new people entering the workforce today.
Elena Marquez, a teacher, educational consultant and coach, talks about her journey to becoming an educator. Writer Lauren Conser speaks to Marquez about what she's learned in her career and her ideas on redesigning curriculum to better cater to students' needs.
This week's LIVE Resume features our Fashion and Beauty Tab Editor, Lexi Freund! She is an exceptional editor who has been with us for two semesters, and we love having her as a part of our 60 Seconds Family!
DONATE TO OUR NON-PROFIT!
Support student interns by donating to our parent organization Omics LIVE!, a nonprofit career exploration program focused on giving students real-life business experiences and fantastic networking opportunities.