The Pearce Center offers a wide range of internship opportunities for undergraduate students at Clemson. Explore the programs below to learn more about what the Pearce Center has to offer. In addition, the Pearce Center encourages students to apply to become a Clemson University Writing Fellow through the below link.
Pearce Interns work in the Class of 1941 Studio. Using cutting edge technologies, Pearce Interns have opportunities to learn, engage and collaborate in a professional environment.
Visual Information Design Interns
Visual Information Design Interns work with clients to improve their visual presentations. Interns learn design skills in a variety of programs such as the Adobe Creative Cloud.
Writing Fellows seek to not only produce better writing, but better writers. They offer useful written feedback for fellow students’ drafts and meet with them one-on-one.
Pearce Center offers a variety of programs and resources for Clemson faculty. Faculty members can take part in the Client-Based Program, request funding for WAC initiatives or apply for our new Faculty Fellows program. Learn more about each of these opportunities below.
The Client-Based Program, created by the late Dr. Summer Smith Taylor, matches Clemson classes with local clients who need communication deliverables. Students learn real-world communication skills in a classroom setting.
The Pearce Center regularly invites requests from faculty in all disciplines for funding related to WAC initiatives. These can range from small grants to space and technology requests in the Class of 1941 Studio.
Faculty Fellows seeks to meet the needs of faculty in departments from across campus who are interested in learning strategies for teaching writing in undergraduate and graduate disciplinary classrooms.