Internship Opportunities for Summer & Fall 2013!
The English Department currently has internship openings for English majors with strong GPAs (3.0 min.), top notch reading and writing skills and plenty of initiative. Internships includes research, writing and copy editing at the Palladium-Item, research and writing projects at the Wayne County Historical Museum and office, marketing, customer relations and related work at a local pro bono legal office. Internships require a 6-week (summer or fall) or 15-week (fall) part-time commitment, registration for ENG Y398, and MAY include a $1,000 scholarship (limited scholarships available).
If interested, please email Dr. Margaret Thomas Evans, English Dept. Chair (email@example.com), your resume and a letter of application including your name, undergraduate status, two faculty references and a brief explanation of why you are perfect for this internship. (Note: The Palladium-Item internship is full-semester only.)
Due Date: April 29, 2013 for summer, August 16, 2013 for fall.
Wayne County Historical Museum
The IU East English Department and Wayne County Historical Museum have a challenging internship available for either Summer or Fall 2013. You will work as a part-time researcher and writer for the Museum; examples of assignments include investigating, organizing and researching artifacts in the museum archives, and writing informative articles, creative non-fiction and/or historical fiction to educate the public about Wayne County's intriguing history and the museum's role in preserving it.
This internship is a professional-level opportunity that will boost your resume, but requires that you be an organized self-starter with top notch writing skills, imagination, initiative and meticulous attention to detail.
To qualify, you must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and qualify to register for ENG Y398. You will receive a $1,000 scholarship toward tuition and other incidental costs. If interested, please email Dr. Margaret Thomas Evans, English Dept. Chair (firstname.lastname@example.org), a letter of application including your name, declared major, undergraduate status, and a brief explanation of why you are perfect for this internship.
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