Undergraduate Internships

The 2019 undergraduate internship application process has closed. All applications submitted from now to February 3rd, 2020 will be considered for the 2020 program.

Becket’s undergraduate internship program allows top communications, media arts, and pre-law students the chance to litigate high profile religious liberty cases in the court of public opinion.

We equip our interns with the experience needed to excel in their future career. We also equip them to advance religious liberty in the long term. We do this by teaching the legal and historical foundations of “religious liberty for all,” and providing training in an environment where they can work alongside fellow interns from the nation’s best schools and Becket’s communications team. Each intern will have the opportunity to work one-on-one with a Becket’s communications team member to create messaging and media that shape the perception of religious liberty in the public square.

How to Apply

To apply for an internship at Becket, please send an email to internships@becketlaw.org, and attach the following information:

  • A cover letter
  • A resume
  • A writing sample and/or sample of photography or videography skills
  • A list of references (recommendation letter a plus)

We accept applications from incoming juniors and seniors beginning November 1st. Applications are due by February 3, 2020. Ideal candidates will have excellent writing and editing skills and must have a keen interest in religious liberty. We prefer, but do not require, candidates with photography, social media, and videography experience; experience using Adobe photo and video editing software is a plus. The internship is a ten-week program. Interns will receive a stipend to contribute to their living expenses.


This internship surpassed all my expectations! The most rewarding part was being able to be immersed in the world of religious liberty and understand cases both from a legal and communications perspective. I know the connections and knowledge I gained are going to be extremely beneficial in the years to come!

-Maci, BYU