Woody Guthrie Center internships give students opportunities to share their insights, explore the links between their academic work and a potential career, and assist in developing and carrying out major projects that serve the center’s mission. If you’re a student who wants to support our mission of seeking to ignite a passion for social change and foster a world in which the values of justice, equality and compassion prevail, submit your information for internship opportunities in your field of study.
Candidates must meet the following requirements:
Internships with the American Song Archives offer students a chance to gain real-world experience working with professional archivists in a hands-on apprenticeship. Interns assist and support the archives department with preservation, collection processing projects (both digital and physical), exhibits, accessibility, and research.
Marketing internships offer students a chance to apply skills gained through their coursework to various projects across the organization. Interns assist and support the marketing department with the promotion of the Woody Guthrie Center’s mission and initiatives. Students are responsible for creating, organizing, and executing a marketing plan for an event, campaign, or merchandise collection, including managing the timeline and budget.