The Wordsworth Trust in Grasmere, England, is one of Britain’s premier scholarly archives and literary treasures. Located in the heart of England’s Lake District, the trust includes Dove Cottage, the legendary home of William and Dorothy Wordsworth; the Wordsworth Museum, which specializes in the region’s art, history, and culture; and the Jerwood Centre, a research library that houses most of the Wordsworths’ surviving manuscripts and a world-class collection of Romantic-era books, paintings, and drawings. Since 2014 the trust has offered fourteen-week, unpaid internships to four BYU undergraduates per year, providing training in curating rare books and manuscripts, conducting tours of Dove Cottage, and working in visitor services at the museum and gift shop. When not interning at the trust, students complete reading and writing assignments for their BYU internship courses, hike the Lake District’s famous fells and vales, and, time and funds allowing, take weekend trips to London, Edinburgh, Manchester, and cities on the continent. As a result, students emerge from this internship with a deep understanding of Romantic-era literature, history, and culture; extensive skills in archival methods and museology; twelve BYU credit hours, six of which can fulfill English-major requirements; and an eye-catching resume line for employment and graduate-school applications.