Re: Question for people with tech writing businesses
For an intern, you may want to look at the Technical Communications Department at the University of Washington (http://www.uwtc.washington.edu/). They have a strong program, and I think all of the undergrads have to do an internship.
If I end up going that route, I'll be looking locally here in Connecticut. The project will involve at least some on-site work; and the whole point of working with an intern, as I understand it, is to provide close, personal supervision. Otherwise, what's the intern going to get out of the experience.
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