Here is a list of existing and newly available internship opportunities that we encourage you to check out and choose from. Click on the job description for interns in that program or location; the description will include a contact person at the site of the internship and a means of contacting that person to set up an initial interview (go to them first and not to the English office).
Click on the Internship Application tab for items that need completion by you and the Internship contact person.
It is best, if the internship is for the upcoming semester, and that you turn the application in before the first day of classes (though slightly later applications may be accepted under exceptional circumstances). We will take care of registering you for internship units (under ENGL 393 or 493) once your application has been approved.
You can, of course, propose to us internships with programs or agencies other than these, but you still must turn in a filled-out application (with supervisor signatures) for Stephanie’s approval, since we do need to be sure that English skills are involved and that every applicant has committed herself or himself to the obligations of English internships listed on the application’s second page.
More choices will be announced (and thus added to these) soon –so watch for them or check with Stephanie Pearmain about upcoming opportunities! –APPLICATION PROCESS IS ONGOING but these are the English internship opportunities for which we have for you to consider. “Happy hunting” –