Internships

You may explore your professional aspirations through an internship in writing. When taking ENG395, Internship in Writing, you will earn class credit toward an English major while participating in an internship position. This course is reserved for English majors with either a junior or senior status and requires English faculty consent.

You are encouraged to identify and pursue any opportunities related to your specific interests and needs. While engaged in an internship--either on campus or within local businesses and organizations--you will work with both a local supervisor and a faculty internship coordinator.

In the past, students have worked with libraries, law firms, marketing agencies, magazines, schools and churches. You have a wide range of opportunities depending on your particular interests.