Internship Program

As the publishing industry changes, many hiring managers place great importance on the skills that students learn not only in the classroom, but also on the job. Our students can enroll in for-credit internships, running the full semester, for 1.5 credits. Interns are required to work 14–16 hours a week and to complete a graded assignment at the end of the semester. They also are required to have a designated supervisor who provides an evaluation at the end of the assignment. We frequently notify students of internship opportunities and post openings on our career site; however, some students seek out and secure their own internships through industry contacts.

2016–2017 Internship Placements

  • Berghahn Books
  • Bloomsbury
  • Curtis Brown, Ltd.
  • Encounter Books
  • Hearst
  • Melville House
  • National Book Foundation
  • Open Road Integrated Media
  • Peter Lang Publishing
  • Thieme Medical Publishers
  • TWELV magazine