Prindle Student Interns
About the Student Interns
The mission of the Prindle Institute is to foster interdisciplinary reflection on ethical issues, including questions of justice and public policy, character, duty and responsibility. The undergraduate intern program supported by the Anne and Charles Hillman Student Intern Fund is a means to enrich and extend student involvement at the Institute. The Institute employs different types of interns with varying time commitments and skill sets.
Hillman Interns have the largest time commitment and greatest involvement with the Institute's events and programs. Hillman Interns are divided into teams (Campus Presence and Web Presence) to create and promote Prindle events, contribute content to The Prindle Post, or work on other individual projects that may be proposed. Click here for the full job description and application guidelines.
Prindle Post Staff Writers
Prindle Post Staff Writers contribute weekly content for The Prindle Post in the form of ethics in the news and op eds. Click here for the full job description and application guidelines.
Art Interns assist with graphic design and illustration needs for Prindle events and The Prindle Post. Click here for the full job description and application guidelines.
Podcast Production Interns
Podcast Production Interns assist with sound editing and transcribing for the Examining Ethics podcast. Click here for the full job description and application guidelines.
Through DePauw’s ITAP program, ITAP interns are hired to meet the programming needs of the institute (e.g. app development). Apply through the ITAP program coordinator, Brandy Richmond.
Applications for the 2016-2017 academic year will be accepted until March 14, 2016. ITAP Interns would follow the ITAP hiring process.