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Internships

An internship can be done anywhere in the world. Here is a small sample of the types of internships you can do and the locations where they can be done. We are happy to work with students to research and pursue internships with other non-listed organizations that best fit their interests. Please contact hist_intern@byu.edu with other internship proposals.

Current Spring/Summer Internship Openings, contact hist_intern@byu.edu for more information:


Historic Sites Division
National Parks
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum (remote)
Preservation Utah
Utah State Archives and Records
BYU Law and Corpus Linguistics
Ballard Center Internships for Social impact
BYU Family History Library
Church Women's History
Indigenous Internships
Joseph Smith Papers Project

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***Please note: the bold items may be of particular interest to Family History students

Opportunities in the Western US

International Opportunities

Washington Seminar

While students do not need to participate in the Washington Seminar to complete one of these internships, students are encouraged to work with the Washington Seminar program if they are interested in internships in the Washington, D.C. area. The Washington Seminar also awards several scholarship grants each semester and have housing available for students in D.C. (for single and married students). For more information, visit the program website.

International - BYU Kennedy Center

All international internships must be arranged through the Kennedy Center’s International Study Programs (ISP). Contact ISP for more information and application deadlines. The sooner you get started, the better! 101 HRCB, (801) 422-3686.

Questions?

For additional help and information, contact the Internship coordinator at 2130F JFS, (801) 422-1789, or hist_intern@byu.edu