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Internships

We offer a wide range of opportunities for students of varying academic backgrounds—including those in undergraduate and graduate programs. Interns will gain knowledge and experience in numerous areas, including customer relations, strategic communication, and event management. Learn more about our opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students below:

Undergraduate Internships

Under the supervision of highly qualified staff, interns will have the opportunity to work in the following areas: Community Engagement, Operations, Marketing, Technical Production, and Ticket Central. Internships will be tailored to fit the particular interests of the intern, and hands-on opportunities will be given to allow interns to experience all aspects of the Wilson Center.

Activities the interns will have the opportunity to participate in and be mentored on include: digital design (promotional poster, banners, house signage, magazine advertisements, social content, etc.), quantitative and qualitative research (audience surveys and interviews), theatrical technical equipment (sound/light board and rigging), writing (blog posts, social media copy, and volunteer newsletter), and more!

Graduate Internships

Graduate interns will have the opportunity to work with the Wilson Center or CFCC’s Foundation Office, which together form CFCC’s Advancement and the Arts team.

Interns will assist the Vice President of Advancement and the Arts and other staff members with researching, synthesizing, compiling, and developing facility policy, procedure manuals/guides, as well as web content for the CFCC Foundation. This is a project-based internship, meaning each intern will focus on one project for the duration of their internship. Projects may change and vary each semester.

Fall 2021 Interns

Brooke Adisyn-Arney

Jesse Thornton

Emma Nielsen

Application Timeline

Summer 2022 Interns*

  • Application Deadline: April 24, 2022
  • Anticipated start date: May 23, 2022

*Not currently accepting graduate interns for the summer as there is not enough time to complete hours. Spring interns may work into the summer and fall interns may start before the fall semester begins.

Summer Housing for Interns

Non-UNCW and UNCW students in need of housing for summer internships now have the opportunity to apply to live on campus at UNCW. Visit the Summer Intern Housing page on UNCW’s website for more details. If you have any questions or want to speak with someone about your options you can email clconferences@uncw.edu or call 910.962.4150.

*This is a message provided on behalf of the University of North Carolina Wilmington.

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