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Internship Alliance

The CCAM Internship Alliance partners with organizations throughout our region to provide paid internship positions for College of Creative Arts and Media students.

2024 Partners

Through a competitive application process, CCAM students begin their professional work immediately, gaining real-world experience in paid internship positions with Internship Alliance partners.

Boy Scouts of America

The Summit Bechtel Reserve, Boy Scouts of America is offering a paid internship position in graphic design/media production.

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City of Morgantown

The City of Morgantown is offering a paid internship position in music industry/arts management.

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Touchstone Center for Crafts

Touchstone Center for Crafts is offering a paid internship position in studio art.

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Wheeling Symphony Orchestra

The Wheeling Symphony Orchestra is offering a paid internship position in arts management with a professional symphony orchestra.

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Tamarack Foundation for the Arts Internship

Tamarack Foundation for the Arts is offering a paid internship position for graphic design & marketing. This position is open to students in the College of Creative Arts and the Reed College of Media.

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How to Apply

Positions in the CCAM Internship Alliance are open to all WVU College of Creative Arts and Media students. The applications for Summer 2025 internship positions will be due in February 2025. The College nominates a select number of student applicants to be considered for the internship positions. The final hiring decision is made by each individual organization. Contact Dr. Mikylah Myers at Mikylah.Myers@mail.wvu.edu with questions about the program or application process.

Submit a separate application for each internship you are interested in applying for and be sure to tailor your application PDF to the specific internship.

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Each application must include the following in a pdf document (LastName_FirstName.pdf):

  • Cover Letter. The cover letter should describe your relevant experience, performances, presentations, exhibitions, and/or coursework. Use your cover letter to explain why you are a great fit for the particular internship you are applying for.
  • Resumé.
  • A list of relevant courses taken. Please list the instructor and describe how the course is relevant.

Do you need guidance preparing these documents? Contact Danica Ryan for an appointment at Danica.Ryan@mail.wvu.edu.

Eligibility

Current WVU College of Creative Arts and Media majors, undergraduate and graduate students from any class year, are eligible to apply for summer internships.

Students will be notified of their Internship Alliance nomination status by Mid-March. Finalists' applications packets will be forwarded to the respective organizations. The organizations will contact those students directly with any requests for additional information and employment decisions.