Intern: Writing –
Communications, English, Journalism


  • Work with the supervisor to research potential communication/story-telling projects
  • Learn/maintain working knowledge of all Camp Fire programs, including Outdoor Programs
  • Interface with program divisions to ensure accurate information and identify interview subjects
  • Conduct research through Camp Fire connections, database, personal leads and alumni networks to identify interesting subjects for interview and stories
  • Research prospects and potential human interest stories, historical projects and sources as guided by organizational priorities
  • Support writing projects and research for the Centennial of Camp Fire First Texas

Intern will be writing for publications including, but not limited to:

  • Newsletters
  • Media Pitches
  • Development pieces
  • Annual Report
  • Website


  • Upper level college student
  • Research & Interviewing skills
  • Organizational skills
  • Writing skills
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Communication skills
  • Computer skills (MS Office products)
  • Transportation to/from Camp Fire offices
  • Self-motivated, yet able to work independently or with a team


  • 10-20 hours per week. Flexible but agreed upon prior to the start of the internship.
  • Willing to arrange class credit
  • Potential to earn a letter of recommendation
  • Professional portfolio enhancement
  • Monetary stipend based on results and professionalism