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Internships in English


Undergraduate English majors are eligible to serve as editorial interns for Victorian Studies, a scholarly journal that publishes articles dealing with nineteenth-century British culture. Two interns will be selected for the spring semester. Students who serve as interns will be responsible primarily for submissions to Victorian Studies: corresponding with outside readers, keeping track of the flow of manuscripts, editing rejection letters. Interns also gain some experience in the actual production of the journal including proof-reading, editing, and compiling some sections. Interns are expected to work six hours per week and are eligible for up to two hours of course credit in English X473. Interns are also eligible to apply for a modest grant from the Hutton Honors College.

To be eligible for this internship, you must have a College and major GPA of 3.0 or better and must have 12 credits in English at the 200-level or above, including L202 or L260. If you are interested, email a sample of academic writing and a letter of application to IU English Internship Program, Department of English, c/o Jody Hays, by the deadline specified below. The writing sample may be a paper written for a course. In the letter you should mention any previous experience in journalism or publishing, your coursework in English, and your reasons for being interested in the internship. Please also list your class standing, campus address, email address, telephone number, and student ID number. The final selection of interns will be made by the editors of Victorian Studies. Further information is available through the Victorian Studies office (Ballantine 338, 855-9533,