Are you looking for an on-campus, in-semester internship experience that employers and graduate schools will value? If so, consider serving as a UWC consulting intern.

As a UWC intern, you can help shape the UWC as you consult with writers in disciplines across campus, deliver presentations to students and faculty, write articles for publication, create online resources, conduct research, and present at regional and national conferences.

The University Writing Center offers consulting internships for students majoring in Writing, Rhetoric and Technical Communication or related fields. UWC interns majoring in Writing, Rhetoric and Technical Communication earn three course credits as they complete the WRTC 495 internship requirement; if you're majoring in another discipline and are interested in a UWC internship, contact UWC Interim Coordinator Rudy Barrett.

To be considered for a UWC consulting internship, you must first complete the 3-credit WRTC 336: Writing Consultation course, a semester-long, hands-on practical and theoretical immersion in writing center work.

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