You must be either an English major or minor. Next, check to see if you meet the Internship Qualifications.
Dr. James Kalmbach
421H Stevenson Hall
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During the initial interview you will discuss your needs, interests, and career goals. You will also learn more about the program, the prospects for internships, and career opportunities for people with degrees in English Studies.
Although some last minute internships sometimes can be arranged, it is advisable that you begin planning at least one semester before you intend to start your internship. In some cases, the English Studies Internship Director may have information about available internships that suit you. In other cases, you may need to find your own internship. The Internship Director can help you with this process.
When you have found an internship prospect, it is up to you to apply to the organization for the position. The application process is much the same as applying for a professional job. Although it is not possible to guarantee you an internship, if you are patient and persistent the chances of finding an acceptable opportunity are good.