For more information and details on any internship position listed below, please contact Dr. Turley, the department internship coordinator.
Work with translation and project management
Mark Anderson – firstname.lastname@example.org
BYU Law Corpus
Contribute to the ongoing COFEA (a corpus of the founding fathers’ work)
BYU Marriott School of Business
Ballard Center Social Innovation Project Internships
Social Innovation Projects (SIP) is an on-campus internship program that empowers you to work on projects for award-winning organizations from around the world.
CommGap International Language Services
Defense Language Institute
Thomas Donehue – email@example.com
Localization tasks with translation, quality check of translation, and project management
Martin Gomez – firstname.lastname@example.org
Federal Bureau of Investigations
Gain experience working with the FBI in statement analysis.
Teach English to ESL learners worldwide through live remote streaming
Ashley Whitesides – email@example.com
Language Translation and Localization Services
Chrisanne Hymas – firstname.lastname@example.org
Lingotek provides translations in over 250 languages
Terri Zoller – email@example.com
Provo Missionary Training Center
Help create Canvas 2.0 language courses. (All languages except Spanish, French, and Korean are needed.) Internship is 150 hours.
Dan Winder – firstname.lastname@example.org
Multi-Ling provides innovative localization solutions through an efficient streamlined translation process across several industries. They connect people together, and they might need you to help them do it.
HR group – email@example.com
PhraseWorthy functions as a catalyst in catch-phrase creation; it’s an amazingly accessible catalog of relationships between words both phonetically and semantically that takes any brainstorm to a whole new level.
Dallin Oaks – firstname.lastname@example.org
Translation/Localization On-Campus Internship
Apply at oci.byu.edu. Register for HCOLL 494R class.
Doug Porter – email@example.com