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Internships

The English department believes that English is one of the most versatile majors you can choose as an undergraduate at Michigan. We encourage our majors to pursue internship placements that put their skills to work in placements outside the classroom.

The department is able to provide internship funding each year to a small number of English students pursuing summer internships of a kind that draw on their training and experience as English majors.For more information about the department's internship partners and the internship funding application process, please contact the English Department internship Coordinator, Lisa Makman

Fall 2019 / Winter 2020 Internship Opportunities

Writing & Editing Internship at Ann Arbor Family

Are you interested in issues related to parenting and child culture? Ann Arbor Family has provided top-notch family-oriented news for our community for over twenty years. Work with experienced writer and editor Laura Eliason, who will provide support as you perform research, write stories, create family guides, and report on news in areas like children’s health and child rearing.

This internship is currently open (10/28)

Send resume and cover letter to Editor Laura Eliason laura@adamsstreetpublishing.com

Writing & Editing Internship at Current Magazine

Are you interested in identifying new cultural trends? Do you love writing about food, art, film, and music?

Join the innovative staff at Current Magazine and write about the local scene. Work with experienced mentors, who will give you many opportunities to research, write, and edit stories about Ann Arbor places, events and trends.

This internship is currently open (10/28)

Send resume and cover letter to Editor Laura Eliason laura@adamsstreetpublishing.com

Writing Internship at Michigan News

Michigan News is looking for an advanced student writer to help produce news stories about Engaged Michigan.

The intern will be working closely with Senior Public Relations Strategist Laurel Thomas (formerly a professor of journalism and broadcast journalism) on long-form features related to Engaged Michigan.

Interns will be encouraged to think creatively about how they can package written stories with video and photo elements; they will also have the opportunity to ask them to work with the social media team to find ways to share stories through those channels. This is a paid position.

Interested students should contact Senior Public Relations Strategist Laurel Thomas