* Please verify all submission deadlines and other information with the respective internship coordinator.
** Upper division undergraduate students may be able to apply to some opportunities; please consult with the respective internship coordinator.
The Smathers Graduate Student Internship Program provides semester-based graduate student internships in the George A. Smathers Libraries in collaboration with academic units to complement the graduate student’s academic interests and provide for their professional development. The internships will be supervised by a collaborative team consisting of one faculty member/employee in the Libraries, and a faculty member partner from outside of the Libraries. New internship opportunities will be posted as they become available.
Sports at UF: Past and Present
SPOHP's Fall 2016 Internship course will focus on capturing the University of Florida's rich sport history. The project will center on developing an archive of athletes' lives and experiences before, during, and after attending the university. Interns will conduct oral history interviews with current and past UF student-athletes. Final projects will involve creating a podcast of their interview, to be posted online for anyone to listen and learn about the people who made UF's sport legacy so vibrant.
As the official publisher for the State University System, the University Press of Florida (UPF) has been engaging educators, students, and discerning readers since 1945. UPF has published over 2,500 volumes since its inception and currently releases nearly 100 new titles each year. Previous interns have gone to work for academic and commercial publishing houses across the country.
Internships are available in various departments, including: Acquisitions, Editorial, and Sales and Marketing.
SSP posts internship opportunities with a variety of publishers and libraries across North America and Eurpope. For details, visit http://www.sspnet.org/careers/internships/.
internship projects will be available this summer 2016 in historic St.
Augustine, to provide graduate students from a range of disciplines
with an opportunity to do hands-on work in their own field of study.
These internships are offered to complement the students’ academic
studies and to prepare them for post-graduate employment. Students will
conduct supervised work on individual projects and periodically meet as
a group to talk about their work-in-progress so as to engage in
collective problem-solving. Current internships include projects in:
digitizing historic documents, museum management, archeology, art
history, business administration, public history, journalism, and
marketing. Additional projects may be suggested by the student in
collaboration with their adviser or other faculty members and in
conjunction with the needs of Government House or other historic
properties in St. Augustine. Assistance in locating projects and onsite
supervision will be provided by the internship coordinator.
and the Public Sphere
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
200 Walker Hall
P.O. Box 118030
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611