Located in the heart of England’s Lake District in Grasmere, the Wordsworth Trust offers a fourteen-week unpaid internship to four BYU undergraduates per year. The trust includes Dove Cottage, the home (from 1799 to 1808) of William and Dorothy Wordsworth; the Jerwood Centre, which houses rare books, most of the Wordsworths’ surviving manuscripts , and extensive holdings in Cumbrian art, history, and culture; and the Wordsworth Museum. Interns are trained in curating books and manuscripts, managing research projects, and working in visitor services at the gift shop and museum. In their free time, students can complete BYU assignments, explore the Lake District, and take inexpensive weekend trips to London, Edinburgh, Manchester, and elsewhere. With this internship, it is possible to gain a deep appreciation of Romantic-era literature, history, and culture; extensive skills in archival methods and museology; and twelve BYU credit hours, six of which can fulfill English-major requirements.