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OIRM Communications Committee Application Form
For Ontario-based trainees working in OIRM labs. Deadline is January 31, 2017.

As an OIRM Ambassador, your primary role is to share your love of stem cell science with the broader community, online and in person. We’re looking for enthusiastic, creative and savvy individuals who can act as leaders and connectors and can put a face on stem cell research in Ontario. We expect the roles and this Committee to develop and evolve over time, so we will actively encourage new, innovative ideas and strategies that align with the Committee’s goals and recognize the fluid nature of public communications. It’s a minimum of one year commitment, with approximately 5-20 hours of volunteer time monthly. As Ambassadors, you’ll be acting on behalf of OIRM and bound by a professional code of ethics as well as OIRM’s vision.

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Your institution *
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Your lab *
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Your current level *
When do you expect to be completed your current position? *
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In one, jargon-free sentence, describe your research: *
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If you have a Twitter profile please provide username
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If you have an Instagram profile, please provide username
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If you wish to share an online portfolio or writing samples (not required for application) please include a link.
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Relevant science communications experience/training (max 250 words): *
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Tell us why you’re interested in being an OIRM Ambassador and what you would bring to the position (max 250 words): *
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