English 4990: Professional Internship
This independent study course, offered as part of the Bachelor of Arts in English Professional Writing emphasis, provides students the opportunity to apply their academic skills in a workplace setting and earn course credit. Working with an approved faculty advisor, students find an internship in a business, government, non-profit, or university setting and use their research, writing, editing, proofreading, design or technology skills to create or refine one (or several) substantial organizational documents to be compiled into a professional portfolio.
For more information about this internship, contact
Dr. Polina Chemishanova
This internship allows students to learn more about literary magazine production by networking with editors and contributors; composing social media posts, print documents, and emails; copy-editing; assisting in layout and design; and doing grant research.
For more information about Pembroke Magazine, visit http://pembrokemagazine.com.
To inquire about the internship, contact
Dr. Peter Grimes
SPN 4490: Internship for Spanish Education
This internship, offered as part of the Bachelor of Arts in Spanish with Teacher Licensure degree, provides relevant intensive full-semester internship experiences in an off-campus public school setting.
For more information about the internship, contact
Dr. Ana Cecilia Lara