Fancy yourself a science writer? Do you like weather?
The National Center for Atmospheric Research (right here in Boulder!) is holding a four-day science writing workshop on June 23-27, and they're looking for applicants. This will be fully funded (well, there are five fellowships), but you have to have the chops: they're looking for applicants with "five years of writing, producing, or editing experience for a general-interest audience," as an example.
I normally don't post things such as this, but NCAR is way way cool, and I support fully what they do. And, of course, we need more trained science writers, trained specifically in topics of interest and import. I know a few pro writers read my humble blog, so apply! The application deadline is May 16.