English majors with a grade point average in the major of 3.3 or higher may earn academic credit for internships in literary media, including but not limited to publishing, editing, and arts administration in English 4840. Students in English 4841 pursue internship in teaching literature and/or writing at either the college or secondary level. Work may include developing curriculum, lecturing, conducting discussion, tutoring students, and helping to assess student work. In English 4842, English majors may earn academic credit for internships in business, technical, scientific, and non-profit venues. English 4844 is for those interested in interning in libraries or museums. All of the internships are available in 1 credit hour versions and 3 credit hour versions.
Students are responsible for arranging an internship in conjunction with the English Undergraduate Office and an on-site internship supervisor.
To apply for a 1 credit hour internship, click here.
To apply for a 3 credit hour internship, click here.
Explore other internship options at the University of Georgia Career Center.