Morgan Durick Headshot
Morgan Durick Headshot

Morgan Durick

Title: Editorial Apprentice, Writer

Location: Des Moines, Iowa

Education: Pursuing a B.A. in journalism and mass communication at Iowa State University

Expertise: Food, health and wellness, lifestyle 

- Copy and voice intern for Magnolia magazine
- Former editorial apprentice for EatingWell

Experience

Morgan Durick is a copy and voice intern for Magnolia magazine and a former editorial apprentice for EatingWell magazine. She is an avid writer, communicator and storyteller. As an editorial apprentice at EatingWell, Morgan wrote lifestyle listicles, recipe galleries and research-driven articles relating to health and wellness. She has experience writing about food, fashion and beauty, lifestyle and health and wellness.

Additionally, Morgan has experience creating engaging content, copywriting and developing posting schedules for business social media platforms. Her natural curiosity drives her writing, as she is passionate about storytelling and effective communication.

She is currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communication at Iowa State University to further her passions. As a journalism student, she has experience writing for a variety of student-run publications, including the Iowa State Daily and Trend magazine. She also worked as a writer and website assistant for Iowa State's College of Human Sciences where she regularly published profile stories, new briefs, announcements and calendar events pertaining to the college and beyond.

About EatingWell

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