Winn Publications Internships

Winn Publications offers remote and partially in person internships for those interested in the creative community. We are able to correspond with professors, meet hourly quotas, and report as needed! Our internships include Event Planning, Marketing, Acquisition, and hybrid internships!

Frequently Asked Questions Answered

Yes. If you are a recent graduate you are welcome to apply. We prefer recent graduate applicants to be within 1-2 years of their graduation date.

 Yes. The Book Publishing field is comprised of many disciplines and we have often welcomed majors from a variety of backgrounds (business, marketing, journalism, sustainability, political science, and much more!)

No. At this time, we are not accepting international student applications.

No, we do not accept high school student applicants for our internship programs. 

The Book Publishing field is comprised of many disciplines and we have often welcomed majors from a variety of backgrounds (business, marketing, journalism, sustainability, political science, and much more!) Although we strongly consider candidates with a business or creative writing educational background, we encourage all majors to apply who are interested in learning about the book publishing environment.

Academic Track Internships (ATI) are for students pursuing a bachelor or graduate degree who want to learn more about the publishing business environment. Recent graduates are also encouraged to apply. Academic Track Internship opportunities focus on strategic projects that our team is working on such as project management, sustainability, marketing, strategic initiatives, and more. All majors are welcome to apply! 

Creative Track Internships (CTI) are for students in formal training or apprenticeship programs in creative writing and trade fields. Students will learn about and practice Production skills that are used every day at Winn Publications. Creative Track Internship participants receive mentorship from our CEO at Winn Publications. 

All internships are unpaid and/or offered for college credit. 

We try to place students with the opportunities that they have indicated an interest in and have the skillset and experience to be successful. However, it is important to understand that internship project placement can change at any time before the internship begins, on the first day, or throughout the program. If we know that a project will be changing in advance of your start date, we will contact you to make sure you are still interested in participating. Please understand that in the busy world of publishing books, we have to adapt to changing priorities and that may impact the project you are assigned to.

Review the list of available internship positions and select the one that you’re interested in for instructions on how to apply. 

We love when interns join our team and bring new and exciting ideas and their talents to projects. If you are interested in receiving a letter of recommendation from your supervisor kindly put your request in an email to them after your internship concludes giving them at least three weeks prior to when you need it. However, an internship with our team is not an automatic guarantee for a letter of recommendation. A letter of recommendation must be earned through hard and outstanding work. A letter of recommendation must come from a supervisor(s) with who you worked closely during your time here. Supervisors can decline any request for a letter of recommendation.

Part-time, 25 – 30 hours a week