Gain real-world experience completing 100 hours of work for an established press or agent
Get insight into the day-to-day work of professionals in the field
Identify which roles in the field interest you most
Apply the knowledge gained in your coursework in a working environment
About this course:
Candidates for the Certificate in Literary Representation and Certificate in Editing and Publishing complete 100 hours of internship work for a pre-approved literary agency or publisher. Over the course of the internship, they gain a practical understanding of the day to day operation of these businesses while engaging in professional development discussions with other interns in this course. Internships are restricted only to candidates in the Certificate in Literary Representation and Certificate in Editing and Publishing, and only to those students who have completed a substantive portion of their course work (at least 9 units). Students must complete the internship application for approval to enroll.