Internships & Experiential Learning
Museums, educational institutions, archives, historic sites, government organizations and non-profits are just a few of the many internship opportunities available.
The History Department’s internship coordinator guides students through the process of researching, selecting, and applying for internships. History faculty meet with students regularly to mentor their experience.
Example History internships:
- Brockton Enterprise
- Canterbury Shaker Village
- Center for International Study and Development
- The Freedom Trail Foundation
- Historic New England
- Irish Cultural Center
- John F. Kennedy Library
- Lambeth Palace, London
- Massachusetts Historical Society
- Museum of Our National Heritage
- National Archives and Records
- Peabody Museum
- Plimoth Plantation
- Royal College of Physicians, London
- Strong Women, Strong Girls Foundation
History Awards and Research Grants
Salameno Scholars Program
The Salameno Scholars Program is designed to provide travel funds to those students interested in conducting archival research for their Senior History Theses. Students interested in the program should contact Professor John Rodrigue at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thomas Clarke Award
Named in honor of Professor Thomas J. Clarke of the Stonehill College History Department, the Thomas Clarke Award is bestowed by the History faculty on the student who each year best exemplified the spirit of service, community and dedication to the field and to the History Department at Stonehill.
Peter R. D’Agostino Prize
The Peter R. D'Agostino Prize is awarded annually to the graduating senior majoring in History who writes, in the department’s judgment, the best Senior Thesis that academic year. The prize is a monetary award. The prize is named in honor of former History and Religious Studies Professor Peter R. D’Agostino.
Study Abroad & Domestic Exchange
The History Department strongly encourages students to enhance their History program through study at a university or college apart from Stonehill. Most recently, History majors have studied in:
- Washington, D.C.
The History Society is an extra-curricular activity that seeks to provide members of the Stonehill community opportunities to explore local, national, and global history and discuss and debate how that history has affected their lives. The Society also encourages student interest, participation, and study of History by:
- Sponsoring discussions with professional historians
- Film and documentary screenings
- Historical debates
- Networking with alumni
- Trips and other events, including: Gettysburg, PA; Lexington & Concord; Washington D.C.
Career Development Resources for Students
The Stonehill Career Development Center offers extensive assistance to students seeking employment, pursuing advanced studies or participating in postgraduate service opportunities. By completing internships and utilizing mentors, students are empowered to build lifelong career management skills.
History-specific career resources
- Extensive on-campus recruiting program for internships and entry-level jobs.
- Annual career fairs and graduate school information sessions.
- Externships and internships in New York; Washington, D.C.; and Los Angeles (weeklong and semesterlong programs).
- Various industry-specific career lunches – government, nonprofits, sustainability, social media and public relations.
- History careers panel.
- Boston Yacht Charters
- Cengage Learning
Associate Content Project Manager
- Ernst & Young
- Goldman Sachs
Tax Operations, Cost Basis Analysis Team
- Health & Hospitals Corp.
Chief Financial Officer of Jacobi Hospital
- Holmgren, Koretz, Scarano & Murphy
- Plymouth County Probate
Judicial Case Manager
- Suffolk University
- Trinity Catholic Academy