Student interns from Salem State University bring youth and energy to your organization, as well as skills in editing, proofreading, research, layout, collaboration, thought leadership, social networking, and copy generation for all kinds of support writing. You can’t conduct business without language.
The English Internship requires a student to log approximately 100 hours of work to earn 3 academic credits. Those hours may be flexibly apportioned during the course of a semester or summer. While a certain amount of ordinary office chores is expected, a substantial amount of an intern’s time must be engaged in preparation of in-house documents, published materials, committee work, or online content. Internships for more or less than 3 credits may be arranged.
Expect to train an intern as you would any new hire. In addition, a site supervisor can expect to devote some time to coordination with Salem State University. At the internship’s completion, the site supervisor will be asked to complete a one-page assessment form.
Questions? Call Perry Glasser at 978-542-7032, or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.