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|Amherst College Press is relatively unique among university presses for being situated in a liberal arts college campus. We take seriously the College’s commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching and research and believe it is central to our mission to offer Amherst undergraduates preprofessional training and an introduction to scholarly publishing.|
|We are committed to developing and sustaining an internship program for Amherst College undergraduates in the particular hopes of creating pipeline opportunities for those who have been historically underrepresented in the publishing industry. On this page you can find resources connected to our internship program, including a [working syllabus](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FQuncoinqADp7R0MyIiIS0LV2RmwoXX_EBJUD-VBa0g/edit?usp=sharing) with links to articles and resources we're using to introduce undergrads to workflows, topics, and issues in scholarly communications.|
|Current and former ACP interns:|
|2021-22 academic year interns: Liz Tran (‘23); Priscilla Lee (‘25)|
|2021 Greg Call summer intern: Angel Musyimi (‘23)|
|2020-21 academic year interns: Angel Musyimi (‘23); Sydney Ireland (‘23)|
|2020 Greg Call summer intern: Joy Won (‘23)|
|2020 academic year intern: Jaclyn Chetty (‘20)|
|<a href="/assets/acp-intern-guide-2021.pdf">Amherst College Press Intern Guide</a>|
|<a href="/assets/future-intern-letter.pdf">Letter from a Former Intern to Future Interns</a>|