About Walsworth

Walsworth is a top-five book printer, a top-five magazine printer and the only family-owned printer of yearbooks. Started in 1937 by Don Walsworth, current leadership is under the second and third generations: Don O. Walsworth, CEO, and his son, Don Walsworth, president. The company operates from administrative offices and book printing and binding facilities in Marceline, Missouri; a prepress facility in Brookfield, Missouri; a sales and marketing office in Overland Park, Kansas; and magazine and catalog printing facilities in Saint Joseph, Michigan; Ripon, Wisconsin; and Fulton, Missouri. Additionally, Walsworth owns the Donning Company Publishers, a specialty book publisher.

Early talent roles:
-Management trainee (all locations)
*learn how to manage within the production facilities
-Summer Internships (all locations)
*Marketing and Graphic Design
*Yearbook Sales
*Production Project Management
*IT Technology Support
*Prepress Design and Customer Service
-Mobile sales representative (move through out the US)
*Work with schools within the territory that you are assigned
*Must be willing to travel
-Part Time production help (many locations)


IT Intern

June 2022 - August 2022 Marceline, MO
“I liked that I could finally see how an IT department works from the inside. You don't really have an opportunity like that at school. There are lots of people from many different backgrounds here who have many insights on how to get things done, and they're always willing to help.”

Graphic Design Intern

May 2022 - August 2022 Overland Park, KS
“I loved the workplace environment here at Walsworth. It has been positive and encouraging since day one! I have grown close with the other interns and my other co workers in the office and I am sad to leave at the end of the summer. I felt respected by everyone I worked with, and never felt like I was treated like 'just an intern.' I am proud of all the projects I was able to work on and am so lucky to have had such a great experience this summer. I don't want to leave!”
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