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The Guild Literary Complex offers educational internship opportunities for school credit to qualified undergraduate and graduate students.  We are seeking motivated, responsible, and independent individuals interested in arts administration and programming, social media & marketing, social justice, and more to work with the Guild on a variety of projects throughout the year.

The Guild is a small 30-year old literary arts organization with a limited staff. An internship with the Guild is ideal for students who can solve problems and meet goals independently, taking on project-based assignments with the guidance and oversight of the Guild staff or Board members.

The Guild can work with you to design an internship that meets your interests and experience, as well as your institution’s requirements to qualify to receive credit. If you are interested in an internship with the Guild, send an email to work4Guild@gmail.com with your area(s) of interest and the name of your learning institution; please include the word “Internship” in your subject line.

Current Internship Opportunities:

Marketing Intern

The Marketing Intern will assist the organization in marketing and programming needs, including social media promotions, research, and design. This is a remote position, with attendance at monthly meetings and events. This internship is available February 15th – December 31st, 2019 with an anticipated 5-10 hours per week.


  • Manage the Guild’s Facebook and Twitter accounts with 3-4 posts per account per week, following a plan outlined by the Guild’s marketing consultant to create and share unique content. Research and design of content is required.
  • Manage all public interactions within the accounts.
  • Create Facebook events for all Guild events
  • Assist Guild staff with requested eblast execution
  • Assist Guild staff with requested website edits
  • Research and maintain a database of Guild artists’ social media accounts
  • Provide marketing support of all programming, anniversary, and fundraising endeavors by Guild.


  • Strong passion for social justice and literary programming
  • Solid understanding of different marketing techniques
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong knowledge of social media required.
  • Proficient in MailChimp and WordPress.
  • Current enrollment in a related undergraduate or graduate program is preferred.
  • Familiarity with design required, experience with Canva or InDesign preferred.

Contact work4Guild@gmail.com for more information.