I was never crazy about science as a kid.
Even now, and despite valiant efforts by Bill Nye
, l sometimes feel as though I were the only kid in school who didn’t get to set up an erupting volcano
. Then again, maybe it was the fear of turning into Steve Urkel that did me in. (Fast-forward to the serendipitous rise of accidental hipster-style
some odd years later.)
Regardless, my heart and interest just weren’t there.
The Center for Science in the Public Interest
(CSPI) looks to counter that, and it could use a new senior marketing manager
to help do it.
Aside from battling student resistance, the organization—a nonprofit watchdog group that advocates for safer and more healthful foods—seeks a candidate capable of planning and coordinating all direct-response and research programs on behalf of the department for both the United States and Canada.
Interested? Click here
to learn more.
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