Local Internships

Local internships provide students of all majors with the opportunity to put their classroom experiences to work. Students may complete internships solely for experience or they may receive academic credit.

Benefits of an Internship

Obtaining an internship not only makes you more marketable as a job candidate, but gives you the opportunity to gain greater understanding about your chosen field.

Completing an internship will...

  • Enhance your resume with career-related experience
  • Build networking contacts for your future job search
  • Allow you to learn more about a potential career industry or field
  • Provide you with an opportunity to apply academic learning to hands-on situations
  • Allow you to immerse yourself in a new organizational culture
  • Help you learn career-related skills such as public speaking, report-writing, and handling customers and clients
  • Polish communication skills needed in the workplace

Finding an Internship

Career Connection

The Office of Career Services maintains an online internship/job database, Career Connection for students to search for hundreds of internship opportunities. In addition,  

Job & Internship Sites

The Office of Career Services has compiled a number of other online resources for students to search for regional and national opportunities.

Getting Credit for Your Internship

Students who wish to receive academic credit for their internship should follow these steps:

  1. Log in to 'myHill'
  2. Click on the 'myPlans'tab
  3. Go to the "Stonehill U.S. Internship Request for Approval" channel
  4. Complete the online internship application prior to the end of Add/Drop period

Note:  All for-credit internships require faculty approval prior to the end of that semester's add/drop period.

Faculty Moderators

The following faculty members can approve an internship for academic credit:

DepartmentFaculty
American Studies Andrea Opitz
Biology Sheila Barry
Business: Accounting, Finance, Undeclared Debra Salvucci
Business: Marketing, Management, International Brian Glibkowski
Chemistry Maria Curtin
Communication Ron Leone
Computer Science Ralph Bravaco
Criminology Katie Currul-Dykeman, Ann Marie Rocheleau
Economics Hossein Kazemi/Mark Kazarosian
Education Karen Anderson
English Barbara Estrin
Environmental Studies Susan Mooney
Foreign Languages John Golden/Jose Martinez/Jose Perez
Gender Studies Wendy Chapman-Peek
German John Golden
Health Care Mitch Glavin
History Edward McCarron
Interdisciplinary Studies Peter Ubertaccio
International Studies Richard Finnegan, Peter Ubertaccio
Irish Studies Richard Finnegan
Mathematics Ralph Bravaco
Neuroscience Sharon Ramos Goyette
Philosophy Richard Capobianco
Political Science Peter Ubertaccio
Psychology Ellie Stein
Religious Studies Christopher Ives
Sociology Ken Branco
Spanish Jose Martinez
Visual & Performing Arts:
Graphic Design
Art History
Arts Administration
Studio Arts
Theater Arts
Allyson Sheckler