*Watch this website as well as email announcements for opportunities. Students are often able to obtain credit for their internship, and should speak to an advisor if they are interested in doing so.
DISCLAIMER: While we are happy to inform students of available internships, it is their responsibility to research those opportunities thoroughly and to make an informed decision about whether to apply for or accept a position.
Fall 2019 Internship & Employment Opportunities
Department of English Communications Internship
The Office of Undergraduate studies seeks an undergraduate student intern for the fall 2019 semester, with potential to continue into future semesters. This is a paid position with the additional possibility of earning academic credit (ENGL 484).
- Produce three editions of The English Aggie newsletter per semester, including researching and writing stories, creating graphics, collecting photos, editing, and layout design
- Produce other publicity materials as needed
- Maintain an active and engaging social media presence (facebook, twitter and instagram)
- Collate and format information for the Weekly Announcements emails for distribution to undergraduate English majors and minors
- Create content for and manage the Undergraduate Studies blog (www.englishaggie.blogspot.com)
Compensation: $8.00 per hour, up to 15 hours per week
- Demonstrated excellence in writing, particularly for a varied audience. Journalistic writing experience a plus
- Computer skills, including WordPress (or other web publishing platform), proficiency in Photoshop, InDesign, and Microsoft Publisher
- Outstanding proofreading and editing skills
Deadline to apply: Friday, April 19
Send a résumé, writing sample, and statement of interest to: email@example.com
Literacy First AmeriCorps
Description: Literacy First (formerly ACE: A Community for Education) is an early childhood literacy program at the Charles A. Dana Center, an organized research unit within the College of Natural Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin. Our missions is to place highly-trained AmeriCorps members in low-income schools to deliver intensive and effective tutoring to advance K-2 students to grade level in reading. Literacy First is hiring A&M students who want to make an impact after graduation. This is a great opportunity for those interested in a career in nonprofits, education, or for those looking for a gap year before going to grad school.
Early literacy intervention is critical in early childhood development. To learn more about the impact you’d have as a Literacy First tutor in Austin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5LL62Yuksc
Read the position description here: http://www.utdanacenter.org/literacyfirst/getinvolved/fulltimetutor.php
Application process: http://www.utdanacenter.org/literacyfirst/downloads/Tutor_Application_Process.pdf
Have any questions? Contact Recruiter, Cristina Flores at firstname.lastname@example.org
Teaching English as a Foreign Language: Iberia in Barcelona
Description: Iberia is an English teacher training school based in Barcelona, Spain. We provide the best monthly TEFL courses for English speakers who are looking to teach English and travel. The school is externally validated by Trinity College London and also rated as one of the top TEFL schools in Spain. This could be a potential opportunity for students who have a passion for language and would like an additional qualification and may be looking for summer work/travel options.
If you’d like to learn more about the school in Barcelona check out their website: https://www.tefl-iberia.com/
SEAD Gallery and Bookshop
SEAD Bookshop Head Intern
Description: SEAD Gallery is a community and economic development project for Advent Gx. Featuring regular exhibits by local, state and international artists, SEAD Gallery provides a downtown venue for arts and cultural exchange. The internship position could be helpful for those wanting experience to better their writing and marketing skills.
Responsibilities: Provide support for the Gallery Coordinator by sorting, pricing, and merchandising our collection of books. Will be asked to read books from our collection in order to write a short review that will be displayed in the bookshop. This position is located in the SEAD Gallery and Bookshop and entails daily bookshop operations, event staffing (sometimes outside normal work hours), support in both maintaining and expanding our bookshop, and may include social media and blogging support. This position involves being in charge of interviewing, scheduling, and training other bookshop interns and encourages you to take ownership of this position. Availability over Fall 2017 and at least one Saturday a month is required.
Work load: 10-15 hours/week
Location: Downtown Bryan
SEAD Gallery Intern
Responsibilities: Provide support of SEAD Gallery coordination, including communicating between artists and curators, assisting in marketing efforts, helping to install and deinstall exhibits, working with the Gallery Director, Gallery Coordination Team, and Events Director to plan exhibits, programming, and events. The position is located in the SEAD Gallery and Bookshop and entails daily gallery operations, event staffing (sometimes outside normal work hours), and support with marketing, including social media post writing, blog writing, creating newsletters, drafting press releases, maintaining websites, and additional marketing efforts across Advent GX projects. Proficiency in WordPress is extremely helpful. This position may also be asked to help organize and merchandise our newly added Library and Bookshop. Additionally, this intern is responsible for generally ensuring that Advent GX projects are well promoted and represented. A background or field of study in gallery operation, communication or marketing is desired. Availability over Fall 2017 and at least one Saturday a month is required.
Work load: 10-15 hours/week
Location: Downtown Bryan
To apply: Send resume to Gallery Coordinator, Marisa Grimes at email@example.com
Description: The Wells Project is an organization partnered with Living Water International that seeks to end the water crisis during our lifetime. Our 10 Days campaign is this fall and we are looking for advocates! The 10 Days is a ten-day period where we encourage all members of the Aggie family to only drink water and donate the money that would have been spent on other beverages to drill water wells in Rwanda. We believe that one of the greatest core values at A&M is selfless service, and our dream is for students at Texas A&M to play a large role in ending the water crisis, something that is completely solvable. Last year we raised over $50,000 and this year our goal is larger than ever. We want to raise $1 for every student enrolled at Texas A&M. It starts with you!
If you are interested in being an advocate for us this fall, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let’s BTHO of the water crisis!