LifeWay’s Publishing & Event Technology Department is seeking an intern to serve as a Web Developer for eBooks. In this role you will utilize markup languages to develop eBooks and other projects that will be delivered to trade vendors and digital platforms. This position is located at our Nashville, Tennessee headquarters.Apply Here
Frequently Asked Questions
LifeWay’s internship program is unique in that we not only provide relevant professional training, but we also incorporate development sessions designed to help our interns learn about themselves, how they function with other people, and what those two things mean for them personally and in a work environment. LifeWay interns are teammates who are given projects to oversee and complete that have an impact on the business of LifeWay.
Yes. Managers for each position conduct their own interviews, so if you’re selected as a candidate for multiple positions, you will go through separate interview processes for each one.
The cut off to submit applications is January 31, however, we begin interviewing candidates in early January, so we recommend submitting your application by the end of the year.
Managers begin interviews in January and complete the interview process no later than March 1. Interns are notified of their acceptance no later than March 15.
The tasks each intern will perform will differ depending on the department he/she supports. However, all LifeWay interns are considered valuable team members and are tasked with completing real projects that have an impact on the business of LifeWay. All interns will participate in weekly development sessions designed to develop them both professionally and personally.
Yes. Interns will be paid an hourly rate for the hours they work. Benefits will not be provided.
No. Interns are responsible for securing their own housing. However, LifeWay will provide a few resources interns can use to find summer housing. And, we will connect the summer interns with each other in case anyone’s looking for a roommate.
The summer internship is typically 9 weeks beginning in June and ending in August.
Each intern will work a total of 288 hours over the course of the summer. The weekly hours will look different for each intern depending on the events or special projects his or her team has scheduled. On average, interns will work about 30 hours a week.
Each intern’s schedule will look different based on the rhythm of the team he/she works with. Core hours will typically be Monday-Thursday with some opportunities to work remotely. All interns attend weekly development sessions on Tuesday mornings.