Each spring and fall, Cider Spoon Stories offers 12-week internships at about 5 hours of work/week. These opportunities generally correspond with the college semester, and are structured experiences with field trips, work assignments, etc. They are accordingly compensated with a small stipend.

Interested candidates who can only work during the summer may apply for a compressed experience, just for a week or two. While summer internships still offer valuable insight into the ghostwriting and publishing industries, they are not project-driven, and are therefore compensated in terms of mentorship and/or college credit (if applicable) rather than a stipend.


Annesly Young . Summer 2019. Read Annesly’s blog entry:  For the Love of Reading .

Annesly Young. Summer 2019. Read Annesly’s blog entry: For the Love of Reading.

Marissa Merkt . Spring 2019. Read Marissa’s blog entry:  Profile Writing 101 .

Marissa Merkt. Spring 2019. Read Marissa’s blog entry: Profile Writing 101.

Ben Richard . Fall 2018. Read Ben’s blog entry:  Who is Juli Berwald? OR The Allure of Something That’s Barely There .

Ben Richard. Fall 2018. Read Ben’s blog entry: Who is Juli Berwald? OR The Allure of Something That’s Barely There.


Caleb Heine . Fall 2017. Read Caleb’s blog entry:  Who is George Lucas? AND Why Do Fans Hate Him?

Caleb Heine. Fall 2017. Read Caleb’s blog entry: Who is George Lucas? AND Why Do Fans Hate Him?

Kate Lee . Spring 2017.

Kate Lee. Spring 2017.

Tal Leeds . Fall 2016.

Tal Leeds. Fall 2016.


CSS+LOGO.jpg