Ira Aldridge Internships

Ira Aldridge Internships at ACMRS

The Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies is pleased to offer hands-on experience in publishing and marketing for undergraduate students at ASU. Interns will work directly with ACMRS staff and scholars on projects that will have a direct influence on the Center.

Interns will be paid $15/hour and work 10 hours a week in the ACMRS offices on campus. Interns may receive 3 upper division academic credits per semester if they so choose. The course of the internship is one academic year.

Publishing interns 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 interns 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.
  • Promoting, marketing, and publicizing books published by ACMRS Press. 


To apply

We will begin seeking applications in the spring semester of 2023. Join our mailing list to stay in the loop. 


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


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