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, firstname.lastname@example.org, 801-422-8489) for more information or to set up a meeting.
BYU Continuing Education Intern
BYU’s Office of Continuing Education is looking to hire social media / marketing / copywriting intern as soon as possible. This is a paid position with availability through spring and summer as well as into next year. More information available here.
HBLL Technology Instructors
The Library is looking for energetic, dynamic and highly social instructors for software classes to be taught in the Lee Library. This is a great resume builder for those going into education. Among the many software programs to be taught will be the Adobe Creative Suite and the Microsoft Office Suite. You do not have… Read more »
Publications & Graphics Intern
BYU Publications & Graphics, which provides editorial and design services for the university, is offering a paid editorial internship for a student who is diligent, dependable, teachable, and committed to working as a professional, entry-level editor. Interns at Publications & Graphics can expect to contribute by editing, proofreading, writing, and source checking for a variety… Read more »
Property Solutions Content Writing Internship
Property Solutions is looking for an intern to assist them in creating content for their blog and other media outlets. This position will generate innovative content for their customers by researching, brainstorming for, and writing engaging blogs to help strengthen the online reputation and credibility of their clients’ online presence. Training is included with this position…. Read more »
Fall 2015 Washington Seminar
The Washington Seminar is still accepting applicants for Fall 2015. This program pairs students with an internship partner in DC and provides housing and other accommodations, resulting in an internship that costs a little more than a semester in Provo. For information about the seminar and how to apply, click here.
SIP Info Session
The Social Innovation Project program is hosting an event on March 24 @ 6PM to discuss upcoming projects and highlight some milestones from the past year. Click here for more information about this past semester’s projects and what to look forward to come this Fall!
The Job Interview: What To Ask
You shouldn’t be the only one asking questions at your next interview. Take a look at some of the best interview questions–asked by the potential candidate (click here). Email the coordinator at email@example.com to get info about summer internships and how to use some of these questions!
The Job Interview: What to Wear
Going into an interview is pretty nerve-wracking without trying to figure out what to wear. Click here for a handy infographic detailing how to put together an outfit that will help you get hired! Email the coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org for help in deciding where to apply.
The Job Interview: Dos and Don’ts
With Spring and Summer term internships just around the corner, figure out how to ace your interviews and land your dream position by clicking here. Email the coordinator at email@example.com to figure out where to apply.
Neal A. Maxwell Institution Internships
The Neal A. Maxwell Institution is offering an editing internship for the spring and summer terms, with the possibility of continuing into next fall. Click here for information about the internship and how to apply.