Internships & Opportunities

Experiential learning is at the heart of Stonehill’s approach to a college education and most biology majors complete at least one course-equivalent internship before graduating. Among recent internship placements:

  • Roberto Rosa ’15 – Organization for Tropical Studies in Costa Rica
  • Hilary Forsley ’13 – Genetic Diagnostic Laboratory Research Intern at Boston Children’s Hospital
  • Danielle Aston ’14- shadows Dr James Karlson at Mt. Auburn Hospital
  • Megan Keith ’14- Lloyd Animal Medical Center intern
  • Andrea Maroon ’14- shadows a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine and a Podiatrist
  • Mekala Paparian ’14- Rite Aid Pharmacy, Easton
  • Morgan Rubanow ’12 – Internship at Trevor Zoo (zoo keeping)
  • Erica Carbone ’13 – Research internship at Mystic Aquarium (marine mammal immunology)
  • Sarah Shugrue ’14 – Research internship at Beardsley Zoo (studying burying beetle mating and conservation)
  • Nora Feeney ’13 – Ohio State University SUCCESS program medical research internship. Feeney also received a full travel award to attend Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students
  • Nichole Rota ’14 – Full travel award to attend 1st Joint Congress of Evolutionary Biology
  • Eric Schott ’13 – Internship at Children’s Hospital – Boston, in a research lab focused on factors that influence tumor growth

These are some other examples of recent internships completed locally:

  • Good Samaritan Medical Center: working with a physician’s assistant
  • Easton Smiles Dental Practice: shadowing dentists 
  • Massachusetts Audubon Society, Moose Hill: environmental education
  • Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection: compliance monitoring
  • Natural Resources Trust of Easton: land use study
  • Orthopedic Care Specialists: working with a physical therapist
  • Bridgewater Pediatrics: shadowing a pediatrician and a nurse practitioner

The School for International Training

The School for International Training (SIT) is a Stonehill-approved program provider that offers unique, experiential and immersive study abroad programs in several countries throughout Asia, Africa, Latin America, the Middle East and Europe.

The SIT study abroad program model is for the independent and adventurous student that is looking for something different from traditional classroom learning.

For more information, call 508-565-1645 or send e-mail to international@stonehill.edu School for International Training