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The University of North Georgia Press, a scholarly, peer-reviewed press, is an extension of our sponsoring university, the University of North Georgia. Our primary function is to promote education and research with a special emphasis on innovative scholarship and pedagogy. Through our partnership with the University System of Georgia (USG), Affordable Learning Georgia (ALG), and eCore, the UNG Press is the leading university press in the state for Open Educational Resources (OER) and Open Textbooks.

Spring 2019 Intern Applications are now open!

The University of North Georgia Press is seeking a Spring 2019 intern. Internships in the publishing field provide a hands-on way to gain necessary experiences and skills that are unique to the industry. Students focus on marketing and low-priority editing and proofreading. Marketing involves developing daily social media content for UNG Press accounts, creating original blog posts, and conducting industry and market research. Applicants should have a strong interest in publishing as a career and well-developed grammar and writing skills. All applicants must have taken Introduction to Publishing (ENGL 3195).

Applications are due by noon, Friday, November 30. The internship runs from January 14 to April 12, 2018. Students will work 10 hours per week, partially in-office and partially from home.

How to Apply:

  1. Download the "Spring 2019 Intern Application (pdf)"
  2. Complete the application. When done, send the following documents to ungpress@ung.edu with the subject line “Internship Application – [your name]”
  • Completed Intern Application
  • Cover Letter
  • Resume

Featured Books

Our structure comprises of an advisory and a faculty board with scholars across all disciplines. Board members serve a two-year term. Our partnership with UNG provides a service-learning environment for students to gain real life experiences in publishing and marketing. These learning opportunities comprise of (1) course work tied to UNG Press projects, and (2) internships. Students are immersed in actual book production, from acquisitions to editing to  layout and design, with an emphasis in marketing.

Hot Off the Press!

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We are incredibly excited for the release of our first children’s book: UNG The Gold I See: The Le...

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