I have been exploring potential careers with a physics/ math or engineering degree and one job that interests me but I can not find much information on is being a science adviser. I would love to get some more info and possibly intern as one as a undergraduate. From what I understand you need at least a Ph.D. Also, what area of physics would be most in demand in this case. I wont necessarily go with what is demand, but I am curious because if my interests change to something more computational or maybe bio physics, is there still opportunities? So maybe, what is the general process of becoming a adviser and what should I expect?