Join us in our day-to-day work at The Language Conservancy.
The Language Conservancy is always seeking interns. We seek interns to assist with linguistics projects, media projects, grant writing projects, and others.
Intern duties depend upon the project they are drafted to help. They may include but are not limited to:
* Assisting with outreach through emails, mailings, and phone calls * Contacting individuals about TLC projects * creating language teaching tools, cleaning audio data, assisting in developing language technologies, and much more.
TLC integrates interns into day-to-day operations of the Conservancy and encourages intern attendance at events and meetings on a variety of topics, including the reknown Lakota Summer Institute.
Candidates should possess strong writing and interpersonal communication skills as well as a desire to learn about the nonprofit sector and the linguistic field. A strong academic background is required, but specific linguistic or development experience is not necessary. Applicants must have completed freshman year of college.
Compensation is not available but a small transportation or other stipend may provided.
How to Apply
To apply, send a cover letter explaining interest and availability along with your résumé (including overall GPA) to:
The Language Conservancy
N. Walnut St. Ste. 1280
Bloomington, IN 47404
TLC is an equal opportunity employer strongly committed to achieving
an inclusive, diverse workforce that values every individual.