J&B Orange Program (Concord Review)“Tracing the History of Nuclear Energy for the Concord Review” The Topic:J&B worked with the client on a 6,*00-word paper for the Concord Review, exploring the history of nuclear energy and Cold War tensions in the U.S. The Process:At the start of the project, J&B and the client met over Zoom to discuss potential topics for the Concord Review. As the client expressed an interest in nuclear energy, to help the client narrow down their ideas, the team shared three potential subtopics for the client. After the client selected the topic that interested them most, J&B presented a 45-minute lecture and provided additional reading materials, so that the client was well-informed on their topic before writing. J&B also conducted a seminar session with the client to discuss the reading materials in-depth. To begin the writing process, J&B provided the client with a detailed outline, which they used to create their introduction. After J&B edited the client’s introduction, the client independently gathered new sources and analyzed them in their body paragraphs. After editing the client’s new paragraphs, J&B offered mini-outlines within the client’s draft, to help them add paragraphs to flesh out new ideas. J&B also recommended new scholarly sources for the client’s next draft. At the end of the process, J&B assisted the client with editing/polishing their final draft so that it was ready for submission. Writing Style:The client is a highly-independent and self-aware writer, who enjoys engaging with scholarly sources. To support the client’s autonomy as a writer, the J&B team offered support and guidance, particularly in using the active rather than passive voice, or rearranging paragraph structures for clarity. Throughout the project, J&B encouraged the client to lead the writing component of the project, while the team edited and revised their work accordingly. At the end of the project, J&B and the client were satisfied with their final product. J&B’s Key Goals: Collaboration Editing and revising Clear communication Scholarly research Journal Selection Process:As the client is interested in becoming a nuclear scientist, the J&B team recommended that the client submit a paper on nuclear energy to the Concord Review. Although the Concord Review publishes history papers, it encourages young writers to research topics that interest them, while exploring their historical relevance. The project became a learning experience for the client, as it allowed him to view nuclear energy through an ethical as well as a socio-political lens. Moreover, the Concord Review has a minimum of 5,000 words; after completing their 6,*00-word paper, the client felt more comfortable with the idea of taking on longer research projects in the near future.