General Internship

Are you looking for an internship in a friendly, fast-paced, and student-centered location? Would you like to provide research and writing support to students in one-on-one tutoring sessions? Are you interested in developing research, writing, and multimedia skills necessary for academic and professional growth? If so, an internship at the Writing, Research, and Technology Zone (WRT Zone) could be for you!

Interns can work 5-10 hours per week in the WRT Zone. To apply, students should submit a professional resume and one-page cover letter to the director, Jule Thomas, at the following email: au1145@wayne.edu. In the cover letter, students should explain why they are interested in the internship and what qualifications, interests, and skill sets they can bring to the work. Students of any major may apply to become an intern at the WRT Zone. 

Internships are supervised by the WRT Zone director. An end-of-semester internship evaluation will be completed by the intern and the director for documentation of work completed.

 

Service Learning Internship

Are you taking a service learning course that requires you to complete community service hours for successful completion of the course? Are you looking to complete your service learning hours in a friendly, fast-paced, and student-centered location? Would you like to provide research and writing support to students in one-on-one tutoring sessions? Are you interested in developing research, writing, and multimedia skills necessary for academic and professional growth? If so, an internship at the WRT Zone could be for you!

Interns can work 5-10 hours per week in the WRT Zone. To apply, students should submit a professional resume and one-page cover letter to the director, Jule Thomas, at the following email: au1145@wayne.edu. In the cover letter, students should explain why they are interested in the internship and what qualifications, interests, and skill sets they can bring to the work. Students of any major may apply to become an intern at the WRT Zone.

Internships are supervised by the WRT Zone director. An end-of-semester internship evaluation will be completed by the intern and the director for documentation of work completed. 

 

Work Study

Are you a work study student looking for an on-campus location to complete your hours? Are you looking for a friendly, fast-paced, and student-centered location? Would you like to provide research and writing support to students in one-on-one tutoring sessions? Are you interested in developing research, writing, and multimedia skills necessary for academic and professional growth? If so, an internship at the WRT Zone could be for you!

Work study students can work anywhere from 5-20 hours per week in the WRT Zone. To apply, students should submit a resume and one-page cover letter to the director, Jule Thomas, at the following email: au1145@wayne.edu. In the cover letter, students should explain why they are interested in the position and what qualifications, interests, and skill sets that can bring to the work. 

Work study students are supervised by the WRT Zone director. An end-of-semester work study evaluation will be completed by the students and the director for documentation of work completed.

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