Our Global Impact

Brink Literacy Project works worldwide to increase literacy rates and empower communities through storytelling.

Move around the map to see how many writers, artists, readers, and students we work with every year through our education programs, free online resource center, and publishing division.

Education Programs

Our education programs are delivered in England, Canada, Mexico, Scotland, and the United States, including California, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Washington, and Wisconsin.

Community Outreach

Our global community includes universities and organizations in Afghanistan, Scotland, and 11 states within the United States, while 127,000 writers in 195 countries use our free online resources every year.

Publishing Impact

So far this year, we have published male, female, and non-binary writers from Armenia, England, Ghana, Haiti, Korea, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Scotland, and the United States. We have spent 1,850 staff hours offering free guidance and mentorship to writers of all backgrounds.

Partner With Us

By partnering with universities and community organizations around the world, Brink Literacy Project amplifies its ability to connect readers with new and unusual writing, arm students with vital professional experience, and provide space for diverse voices to tell their stories.

University Partnerships

Get Your Students Involved

Brink provides unparalleled professional experiences and guidance through its internship and resources

Community Partnerships

Partner With Us

Brink provides a publishing platform for the voices of underserved and diverse communities

Work for Us

If you’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting Brink staffers, you’ll quickly learn that almost every one of them was an intern once upon a time. By growing our staff team in this way, we raise up new and underrepresented voices within the heart of our organization. While our internships are a great way to get a crash course in the literary industry, they can often provide a path to what can become a long and rewarding professional relationship.

Interning at Brink was one of the best experiences of my life. I am graduating from this internship with new skills, but I am also taking with me a more informed perspective about how I can channel my own love for literature and storytelling to create positive, meaningful change in my community. Witnessing how well programs & staffers alike embody Brink’s mission gives me so much hope for a more just, equitable, and inclusive future.

Aubrey Unemori
Fall 2023 Intern

I don’t think I could have gotten any luckier, having Brink as my first publishing internship. Not only is what they stand for amazing, but the way they take care in how they do their work is too. The way they’ve taught me as an intern and treated me as part of the team is something I will never forget. I now have more skills than I know what to do with and have come across so many networking possibilities previously unimaginable. I cannot put into words how grateful I am to have had this opportunity.

Inanna Carter
Fall 2023 Intern
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I’m incredibly grateful for the opportunity to be exposed to all aspects of the publishing industry, from editorial to marketing to production, and learn so many useful new skills. Brink’s staff is incredibly warm, supportive, and friendly, and guided me through the internship process while providing me with valuable individualized feedback along every step of the way. I know that I will bring the skills I’ve acquired to future opportunities.

Eliza Browning
Fall 2022 Intern

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