We will accept resumes for the summer semester April 1-30.
The Wilford Woodruff Papers Foundation is excited to announce a new opportunity for college and high school students to join the Wilford Woodruff Papers Project as interns. Through a generous grant from the Sorenson Legacy Foundation we are now able to hire 10 qualified interns each semester for the next 3 years.
All current paid internships are virtual, which means any high school, undergraduate, or graduate student residing in the United States can contribute to this unique project. (If you're interested in an unpaid internship, there is no location restriction). We currently have interns who are pursuing studies in Editing, Publishing, History, Humanities, Family History, and Data Sciences. However, internships are available in any discipline and we will also consider Senior Project proposals.
For more information, please watch this video introduction by three of our current interns.
- Research Team Internship
- Editorial Team Internship
- Content Team Internship
- Public Relations Team Internship
If you are interested in applying for an internship:
High school students please email your statement of interest in the Wilford Woodruff Papers Project and any relevant experience to firstname.lastname@example.org.
College students please contact the internship coordinator within your department. Some links are included below:
Ensign College https://www.ensign.edu/internships
U of U https://careers.utah.edu/student-internships/
Weber State https://www.weber.edu/careerservices/internship-coordinators.html
Westminster College https://westminstercollege.edu/student-life/career-center/internships.html
For senior projects, please email your resume, statement of interest in the Wilford Woodruff Papers, and proposal to email@example.com.