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Internship Spotlight

October 12th, 2021

This week's spotlights include Minnesota Historical Society, Minnesota Twins, Candlewick Press, and Storyline Strategies.


Job Title: Design Intern

Organization Name: Minnesota Historical Society
Wage/Salary: Paid, rate not specified

Opportunity Summary: 

The MNHS Press Design Intern will assist the publishing staff in the areas of print production, design, marketing, editorial and administration. We offer an exciting opportunity to work with staff willing to share their knowledge of the book industry, and also provide unique and independent projects. The intern will be working in an office environment with a mix of computer and non-computer related work.

For a full description of this opportunity and/or to apply, go to the job posting


Job Title: 2022 Internships

Organization Name: Minnesota Twins
Wage/Salary: $15/hour

Opportunity Summary:

The Minnesota Twins internship positions are now open for 2022! We offer a variety of opportunities for current college students and recent college graduates to gain experience in working in the professional sports industry. The deadline to apply is Saturday, October 30th. Check out all our different Internships on our career website including Marketing, Brand Partnerships, Ballpark Operations and more!

For a full description of this opportunity and/or to apply, go to the job posting.


Job Title: Candlewick Internships (Seasonal)

Organization Name: Candlewick Press
Wage/Salary: $14.25/hour

Opportunity Summary:

Candlewick Press offers internships in the fall, spring, and summer according to the needs of various departments. The desired time commitment averages fourteen hours per week up to twelve weeks. We are a dynamic company that provides excellent opportunities to acquire firsthand knowledge of the publishing industry. We are looking for motivated, conscientious, and dedicated individuals with excellent organizational skills, as well as strong attention to detail, who are very eager to learn about the children's publishing industry and be part of a high-energy, creative team.

*Please note that due to COVID-19, Candlewick will be hosting remote-only Spring 2022 internships.

For a full description of this opportunity and/or to apply, go to the job posting.


Job Title: Spring 2022 Communications and Graphic Design Internship

Organization Name: Storyline Strategies
Wage/Salary: $17/hour

Opportunity Summary:

Interns at Storyline Strategies have the opportunity to do real work – gaining valuable experience and professional connections along the way. While every day at Storyline Strategies is different, your primary responsibilities include:

  • Assisting our media department with the production of visually engaging presentations, infographics, and other deliverables that promote our agency or demonstrate our findings.
  • Contributing to the preparation of qual/quant research materials ahead of studies and the analysis of data afterwards, including written and visual components as well as some light video editing, and tech support if applicable.

For a full description of this opportunity and/or to apply, go to the job posting.


Each week Career Development will be "spotlighting" four internship opportunities.Please read the opportunity's details closely as application requirements may vary. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us either at careers@mcad.edu or stop by Career Development (M120 Morrison). You may find other internship opportunities on Handshake.

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Posted: 
Tuesday, October 12