Writers & Books’ interns and apprentices engage with significant projects, receive mentoring from seasoned arts administrators, gain new skills, and experience what it’s like to work in a literary arts organization.
In our human resources practices and policies, we are committed to inviting in and lifting up the voices of historically excluded and marginalized communities, and ensuring that how we do our work does not replicate, reinforce, or reproduce racial or other intersectional structural inequities.
Visit our ABOUT page to read our Mission, Vision, Values, and Justice Equity Diversity Accessibility & Inclusion Statements.
SummerWrite Apprenticeships: 6 Opportunities
Reporting to the Apprentice Coordinator, high school juniors and seniors and college students earn minimum wage compensation while working side-by-side with our skilled teaching artists and SummerWrite campers. Special opportunity: Social Justice Apprenticeships.
SummerWrite Internship: One Opportunity
Reporting to the Youth Education Associate and SummerWrite Coordinators, one college-age SummerWrite intern gains new skills, builds their professional resume, and receives a stipend of $2,000, while performing administrative, communications, and hands-on assignments.