Undergraduate Internships

The Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies is pleased to offer two paid internships for ASU undergraduates during Summer 2019. Interns will earn hands-on experience in either marketing or publishing, working directly with ACMRS staff and scholars on projects that will have a direct influence on the Center. Interns for Summer 2019 will be paid $2,800 and receive 3 credit hours.

Internships will take place during Session C, and will be 10 hours a week over the course of 15 weeks.

Applications are due by April 22nd, 2019.

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ACMRS was established in 1981 by the Arizona Board of Regents as a state-wide, tri-university research unit that bridges the intellectual communities at Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, and the University of Arizona. Located centrally on the campus of Arizona State University, ACMRS is charged with coordinating and stimulating interdisciplinary research about medieval and early modern literature and culture.

Our mission is to enable and promote the most expansive, creative, and daring scholarship in medieval and renaissance studies. We do this not only by fostering a vibrant intellectual community for the faculty at our three universities, but also by publishing forward-looking, vanguard research through our in-house press. ACMRS promotes work that is historically grounded and theoretically expansive, with the aim of advancing dialogues that reach into the present moment and point us to different, more inclusive, futures. Moreover, we develop projects that explore complex topics in an accessible manner so as to reach as wide an audience as possible. In keeping with the ASU charter, we believe that our success in realizing this vision for pre-modern scholarship should be judged not by whom we exclude, but whom we include, and how they succeed.

Publishing Intern

ACMRS’ publishing intern will assist with:

- The editorial process for manuscript submissions.
- The production of books and journals.
- Developing and improving database systems, processes, and electronic interfaces for journals.
- Copywriting for web and print collateral.
- Creating materials and strategies to promote ACMRS publications (in collaboration with ACMRS marketing).

Marketing intern

ACMRS’ marketing intern will assist with:

- Social media marketing strategy and execution.
- Copywriting for web and print collateral.
- The creation of marketing materials and content (for social media, print, editorial, digital/electronic media, etc.).
- Development and analysis of campaigns and analytics.
- Promoting and coordinating events such as conferences, symposia and lectures.


To receive academic credit, interns will be responsible for weekly reflection assignments, an end-of-semester digital portfolio of work, and an end-of-semester reflection essay.


Undergraduate students pursuing an internship should have an academic classification as a junior or senior and be in good academic standing with at least a "C" (2.50) GPA.

ACMRS' internship program is run through ASU's Department of English. Please see their internship requirements for more information.