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Internship Programs

To hone communication skills and earn crucial professional experience, students in the English department may participate in an internship. These internships vary based upon student interests, and range from placements in fields as diverse as law, public relations, business, health, non-profit charity, and theology, among others. For the work performed, students will earn not only work experience but course credit by enrolling in ENGL 499. Students may repeat ENGL 499 once.

English Department Internships

Campbell Law Firm

Charleston Reading Partners (literacy organization)

Charleston Police Department

Citadel Information Technology Services

Citadel Oral History Project

Citadel Public Affairs

Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation

Dock Street Publishing

English Department

Al Finch

Harvey & Vallini, LLP (law office)

Heatherwood Productions (arts business)

The Modern Connection (social media consultancy)

MUSC Office of Public Relations

Wounded Nature, Wounded Veterans

Fine Arts Internships

Ella Richardson Gallery

Helena Fox Fine Art

John Duckworth Gallery

Rick Rhodes Photography & Imagining, LLP

St. Alban’s Chapel

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church

Tiffany Silverman (Citadel Fine Arts Director)

The Citadel Career Center

The Citadel Career Center also supports students in their career planning and preparation They also assist alumni with their career-related questions through a self-service approach. Employers and graduate schools seeking candidates for their full-time, part-time/seasonal, internship, and graduate study opportunities are invited to participate in their recruitment services to connect with Citadel students and alumni. For more information and resources on internships and career opportunities, please visit the Citadel Career Services website.

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