Do you believe that Horses + Media = The Coolest Career in the World?
The AHP Student Internship Program is designed specifically for college students who have an interest in horses and seek a career in equine publishing. This program offers opportunities for students to work at equine publications and businesses throughout the country and the opportunity for AHP members to utilize the talents of students with an interest in equine publishing. For colleges and universities, it’s a great way to provide students with the resume-building experience that’s so critical to today’s job market.
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Internship Program Guide
- How It Works
- How to Apply
- Review Student Intern Guidelines
- Review AHP Member Guidelines
- Student Internship Application [Word file]
- Student Internship Application [Fillable pdf]
Are you interested in joining AHP as a Student Member? Learn how.
For more information on AHP Student Programs, contact:
Judy Lincoln, Student Programs Coordinator
American Horse Publications
Read this internship success story…this could be you!
Learn about an AHP member, Betty Weibel, who mentored a student volunteer Cheyenne Lord at the Chagrin Hunter Jumper Classic. Cheyenne benefited from the experience and entered the equine media industry as the CHJC 2019 Media Officer.
Are you interested in a career in Thoroughbred horse racing?
Amplify Horse Racing, an initiative to welcome and educate newcomers about the Thoroughbred industry and promote opportunities for involvement, has launched its website: amplifyhorseracing.org. Amplify is a grassroots organization that was started in 2019 by second-year Godolphin Flying Start trainee Annise Montplaisir, and Madison Scott of Solis/Litt Bloodstock. To date, Amplify has provided enhanced educational experiences for 136 youth, young adults and their families, reached over 1,000 students with educational material, and raised $30,000 for college scholarships. This has been made possible through collaborations with leading horse racing industry organizations, and youth programs including the 4-H Horse Project.