Internship Opportunities

Internships are a bridge between university coursework and the outside world. By registering for ENGL 398 and 495, students may earn one to eight credits while gaining practical experience in communication, writing, and research. Students may work six to eight hours per week for a newspaper, television or radio station, government agency or business.

Some opportunities are arranged by the English Department in cooperation with the sponsoring agencies. In addition, English majors may apply for Kauffman Foundation and Shriver Center internships.