Are you interested in entering the publishing industry? The Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities (ACCU) and the Association of Catholic Publishers (ACP) has a new internship program for students at ACCU-member campuses who are interested in pursuing a career in publishing. This could be a great way to break into the industry and obtain relevant experience! Check out the links with the details and application instructions below. The deadline to apply for Summer 2013 is November 1. If you are interested in applying for any one of these internships, please contact the Career Development Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 504.865.3860.
Catholic Publishing Internship
Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities (ACCU) and the Association of Catholic Publishers (ACP)
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Paid, plus course credit
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The Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities (ACCU) and the Association of Catholic Publishers (ACP) are proud to announce a new internship program for students at ACCU-member campuses who are interested in pursuing a career in the field of Catholic publishing.
This program will be piloted in 2013. Up to 10 internship candidates will be invited to attend the 2013 Mid-Atlantic Congress of ACP in Baltimore, MD, on March 7-9, where they will meet with and shadow a publishing professional. The attending publishers may also choose to interview the students for the internships, which are expected to take place during summer 2013.
The Internship as a Learning Experience
Summer interns will work in a learning capacity alongside a professional in one of the ACP publishing houses. Students interested in applying for an ACCU-ACP internship must indicate upon application if they are seeking college credit for the internship. Students seeking academic credit will be required to collect, complete, and return all documentation needed to fulfill the terms of their college or university’s process for receiving academic credit for an internship.
In addition, interns will be required to keep a daily journal of work completed and write a 1,500-word essay upon completion of the internship. The person to whom the intern is responsible will be asked to review the essay and return it with comments to the intern.
Application Instructions: If you are interested in applying, visit EMPLOYOLA and follow the application instructions.