This site is where we post internship opportunities that you can apply for now. The most recent internships are listed first. Scroll down through a few pages to see all your options, and check back regularly to see what new opportunities are available.
In order to get academic internship or English + credit for any of these opportunities, students must first meet with the internship coordinator, and be enrolled in an on-internship course. Please contact the internship coordinator (Trina Harding, email@example.com, 801-422-8489) for more information or to set up a meeting.
IOD | Presidential Library Internships
Internships are available at presidential libraries under the direction of the U.S. Department of State. There are thirteen different libraries littered around the United States, each dedicated to a president who has since left office. The current roll includes institutions housing archives for the following: Herbert Hoover Franklin D. Roosevelt Harry S. Truman John F…. Read more »
As a Marketing and Communication intern at EDCUtah, you will work closely with the Utah County Economic Development Manager to promote Utah County as a place to do business. You’ll learn about what it requires to attract and grow competitive, high-value companies to the state and spur the development and expansion of local Utah businesses…. Read more »
Church Editing Internship | Informational Meeting
LDS publications are looking to hire new interns for Spring/Summer and Fall positions. Internships are available with the Ensign, Liahona, New Era, and Friend magazines; Church Magazines Social Media; Web Content, and General Publications Editing. Come to an informational meeting in B-192 JFSB @ 11 AM on Thursday, January 22. Email the assistant coordinator for more information.
Technical Writer Needed at Domo
Domo, a local computer software company, is in need of technical writers to join their staff. This is a paid, part-time position with a flexible schedule. Click here for information about the position, and here for the application itself.
BYU SIP Internships
BYU offers several on-campus internships. These internships employ several BYU students who work together in small groups to aid in a wide array of projects. Click here for current project openings, and here for the OCI website. After applying, immediately contact Dr. Jamie Horrocks to ensure credit is received through the English Department.
Student Journal Fair This Friday
The Student Journal Fair is this Friday, from 11 AM to 3 PM in 3290 WSC. This is an opportunity to become familiar with student journals on campus and find out how you can become a staff member or submit materials for publication. Don’t miss out!
Freelance Writer for the College of Life Sciences
The College of Life Sciences is looking for a freelancers who can help write and edit articles for their biannual magazine. This is a paid position with a 5-10 hour commitment per week. Click here for more information about the publication and application requirements.
Brand New Year, Brand New Blog
Hello, there! The internship blog for the BYU English department has migrated to this brand new web address, complete with a BYU domain! (We’re feeling very official.) Please note that all internship updates will appear on this website, and the previous blog will no longer be kept current. All relevant information has been uploaded here, but… Read more »