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Internship Opportunities to Earn Credit


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English & American Studies Majors can earn academic credit for working at jobs and internships where they apply their English major-related skills.

Students can earn 1 academic credit of English 4900 for every 40 hours they spend writing, editing, researching, managing social media, designing documents, maintaining and creating websites, tutoring, and/or practicing other major-related skills.

Following is a list of companies and on-campus employers where students have worked over the past two years to earn English 4900 credit:

  • Utah 4-H State Extension Offices
  • Dr. Sprinkler Repair L.L.C., Logan
  • The BYU Psychology Department Provo, Utah
  • USU New Student Orientation and Transition Services Office
  • USU Engineering Education Department
  • Lifetime Products, Inc., Riverdale, Utah
  • Infinite Discs, Logan, Utah
  • Space Dynamics Lab
  • Laub Student Athletic Academic Center
  • Utah State University Alumni Association
  • USU Creative Writing Contest
  • QuiltEZ, Logan
  • Special Education Department at Grand County High School, Moab, Utah
  • USU Watershed Sciences Department.
  • Your Golden Ticket Blog, Logan, Utah
  • USU Writing Center
  • The Valley Outlet & Home Store, Logan, Utah
  • Christensen & Hymas Law Group
  • Summit Disability Law Group, Utah Bicycle Lawyers, and Hansen Injury Law
  • Grifols-Biomat, Logan, Utah
  • Fernbank Museum of Natural History, Atlanta Georgia
  • May Automotive, Logan
  • The Junction
  • City Weekly Magazine, Salt Lake City
  • Salt Lake County Archives
  • The Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art
  • The More Good Foundation
  • Utah State Media Production
  • Utah Statesman
  • Utah State News Service
  • USU Office of Research and Graduate Studies
  • Utah State University Press
  • Merrill-Cazier Library Special Collections and Archives
  • STITCH Organization
  • The Facing Depression Project, Logan, Utah
  • Future House Publishing
  • Metal Craft Trailers

English Majors who secure jobs or an internship while they are still in school helps them to build transferable skills that they cannot get in the classroom. Students also build professional networks and give themselves a competitive edge in the workforce—students who have work experience often receive more job offers and are offered a higher starting salary.

Job and internship announcements are posted regularly to English Commons, Career Aggie at, and the 2nd Floor Bulletin Board in RWST. Announcements are also sent to students’ e-mail addresses.

Students interested in earning academic credit for working at  jobs or internships where they are using their English major-related skills should contact English Department Coordinator Shanan Ballam at to set up appointment.