Routine glitches on the way to your internship will always happen. Take a look at the most common questions by clicking here.
The English Department can place interns in more than 60 local and national organizations. And if you don't see one you like, we're happy to figure out an organization or agency that you can like. Click here for a national list.
dow jones news fund
The platinum internship for writers and editors. These competitive paid summer internships in business reporting, news, multimedia and sports copy pave the way for top-flight careers. With this on your resume, doors open. Details and the application are here.
UNCw preliminary test
Before the Dow Jones signs you up, you have to take a grammar, punctuation, current affairs test given on the campus each fall. Contact student media advisor Bill DiNome for details on time and place. Nervous about the test? Take a look at past tests by clicking here.
No matter how tight the job market, there is always plenty of movement in the publishing industry. Here is an up-to-date listing of such jobs as literary assistant, copy editor, editorial assistant and much, much more. Click here.
wanted: copy editors
Checking grammar, punctuation and facts may not be glamorous, but there is always a need for good copyeditors. Take a look at a current list of open jobs here.
English in Action
|Dec. 2, 2011|
Get an Intern
We love hearing from the community, and we're happy to consider your agency or company if you'd like to take advantage of our internship program.
Please contact the Internship Coordinator, and we'll start the process.