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At CAST, we know that every employee, including our interns, contributes to our international reputation as a leader in education research, technology, and Universal Design for Learning. Teamwork, risk-taking, and collaborative thinking are essential to the way we work. Most of all, our mission—to transform education design and practice until learning has no limits—motivates not only what we do but how we do it.

We value the contributions that interns make to our innovative capacity and knowledge base. Therefore, in addition to the project work that interns do, interns are included in meetings and other events that include training, brainstorming sessions, guest speakers and project presentations.

Past interns at CAST have...

  • participated in research prototype development teams
  • contributed to subject-specific literature reviews
  • collected research data in schools
  • created multi-media products
  • developed online materials for websites and applications
  • designed logos, posters, bookmarks, and other print publications
  • illustrated digital books for children
  • participated in designing professional learning events and materials
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Internship Opportunities

Interested in getting notified when we have new internship opportunities available? Be sure to join our Talent Community from our Career Center page.

Visit our Career Center to explore and apply for open internships

What else do I need to know?

At the end of the internship, CAST provides interns with a letter of completion, which includes a formal description of the projects they contributed to and the work they completed.

All internships at CAST are remote. You will be paid $2,000 in monthly increments for 120 hours of work. Typically, interns work approximately 30 hours per month for 4 months, but your exact schedule and duration will be discussed if you are selected to interview for an internship position.

To be considered for an internship, you must be eligible to work in the US (if you are an international student, please reach out to your university or college for more information regarding eligibility).

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