Professional experience in arts and culture administration, programming, and more
Each year, the Piper Center offers a limited number of internships for undergraduate students at Arizona State University.
Internships with the Piper Center provide a hands-on professional experience tailored to the individual's particular background, interests, and goals while laying the foundational groundwork for future careers in creative writing, publishing, academic administration, non-profit arts and culture, and related fields.
Internships can be offered through the Department of English or other campus units and range in length from one semester to a full year.
There are no internships being offered at this point in time.
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Meet Past Interns
Student Mentoring Program Mentee 2019
Undergraduate Intern Fall 2018 - Spring 2019
Addison Gallegos is currently in her last year as an undergrad at Arizona State University, studying English Creative Writing with a concentration in fiction. She completed a year-long internship with ASU’s Marooned Literary Journal as an Editorial Board Member for the 2017-2018 edition. Addison joined the Piper Center in August 2018 as the undergraduate intern.
Undergraduate Intern Spring 2019 - Fall 2019
Jack Smith is a Marketing undergraduate student at Arizona State University Barrett Honors College and W.P. Carey School of Business. He is the Founder and President of Just Write, a Creative Writing club at ASU for writers of all backgrounds. He has also completed a 100,000-word Young Adult Fantasy novel and is currently seeking representation. He is constantly seeking to further his education by maintaining a full schedule of Business, Writing, and Fine Art classes. Jack joined the Piper Center in February 2019 as the Marketing Intern.
Undergraduate Intern Fall 2017
Rachel was born and raised in Arizona and is currently studying Creative Writing at Arizona State University. When she isn't drowning in schoolwork and self-doubt, you can find her reading, hiking, or making cookies with her friends. She has always loved the arts, but she has always had a greater passion for the written word. Her work has previously appeared in Blue Stoat.