Make sure you are eligible in the semester in which
you plan to do your internship. For eligibility requirements, see the application
at the list of internships to see if there is an organization,
location, or type of internship that appeals to you. In addition, the Career Center on
campus has other internship descriptions. If none of these looks appealing, you can always
inquire on your own of organizations, businesses, etc. Call, write, email, or visit a website
to see if an internship might be arranged.
whatever application instructions pertain to the organization that sponsors the internship.
This may mean sending a formal letter of application and/or a résumé and/or writing
samples, having an interview, or merely phoning someone. Each sponsoring organization has its
own way of selecting interns.
When you do contact an organization, be sure to inform them of Moravian's
requirements for the English Internship. These are listed on the application form.
the application form and give it to Dr. Joel Wingard, Zinzendorf 304. Dr. Wingard is normally
the faculty coordinator for English Internships.
Register for EN 375 (if this is your first
internship), EN376, or EN377. You may take an Internship for more than one course credit,
although to do so you must also double (or triple) the amount of time worked at the internship.
If you are doing this, register for two courses consecutively numbered: EN375 & 376 or EN376
All material required for Dr. Wingard to determine your grade - including a letter from your
field supervisor - must be turned in to him by the beginning of final exams in the semester in
which you are doing your Internship. Good luck!