David Simas ’92, chief executive officer, Obama Foundation


Whether it’s working with world-renowned scientists at NASA or with the Boston Red Sox, Stonehill can connect you with internships that help you hone your career plans and give you contacts that can turn those plans into reality.

  • Local Internships

    Local internships are a great way to gain firsthand knowledge of a specific field. Most local internships are part-time, but depending on the opportunity, students may also have the opportunity to intern full time.

  • Domestic Internships

    Experience New York, Washington, D.C., or Los Angeles with one of our domestic internship programs. We’ve got housing, transportation and amazing opportunities waiting for you.

  • Externships

    Students have the opportunity to explore their career interests in Boston, New York and Washington, D.C. while enhancing their networking skills and independently navigating their way around the city.

The Career Development team at Stonehill College recognizes the individuality and unique needs of each student, graduate and employer, and is committed to flexible and personalized engagements.

Internship/Externship Showcase

Leadership Through Research

From discovering a new species of bacteria to uncovering the motivations of an enigmatic Russian poet, undergraduate research at Stonehill is broad and varied. You will even find students working closely with faculty on graduate-level research as early as the summer after their first year. Our programs are also distinctive for the range of available opportunities, within and across disciplines, to complete in-depth inquiry in the social sciences, natural sciences and the humanities.

Stonehill Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE)

For nearly 20 years, the Stonehill Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) has given Stonehill students an outstanding opportunity to be part of a community of scholars. Those accepted into the program as SURE Scholars receive a stipend for an eight- or ten-week full-time summer session and complete intensive research projects in the liberal arts, business, education and the sciences alongside knowledgeable faculty mentors. 

Through in-depth study, SURE projects help students define and solidify career choices and provide a competitive advantage when applying to graduate school. Many participants also go on to co-publish results in professional journals or present research conclusions at regional and national conferences.

Recent SURE Projects

  • A Cross Cultural Comparison of the Roles and Status of Women and Girls in India and China (Communication)
  • Deconstruction and the Courage of the Truth (Philosophy)
  • Executive Storytelling (Business)
  • Exploring the Quality of Brazil’s Democracy (Political Science)

Deeper Learning Through Doing

Living what you learn not only gives you a competitive advantage once you graduate but also helps you sharpen your sense of who you are and what you want to do. Stonehill makes sure students have a robust selection of ways to gain greater understanding of – and experience in – the fields that intrigue them.

Career Development Center programs

Career Development Center programs and resources for student seeking to explore careers and put themselves in the lead when applying for competitive internships and jobs


Number of jobs listed in Handshake in 2019-2020, a tool Stonehill students use to search for jobs and internships, and find events and workshops that match their professional development needs.

SURE Experiences

Number of Stonehill Undergraduate Research Experiences (SURE), which paired 45 students with 24 professors to conduct graduate-level research over the summer.

Applying for Admission

The Common Application

The Common Application is an easy-to-use college application system. You’ll need to provide some basic information about yourself and your family; and some more detailed information about your education and your extracurricular activities. You’ll also be asked to write a 500-650 word essay.

Application Deadlines

Students should choose the application option that best suits their interest and complete their applications by the appropriate deadline. Please know that information and materials submitted to the Office of Undergraduate Admission cannot be returned to students.

Application Plan Application Deadline Decision Notification Binding?
Early Action November 1 Early January No
Early Decision* December 1 Late December Yes*
Early Action II January 15 Late February No
Early Decision II* February 1 Mid-February Yes*
Regular Decision February 15 Mid-March No

*Note: As stated in the Common Application's Early Decision Agreement, if you choose to apply to Stonehill as an Early Decision or Early Decision II applicant and you are admitted, you must enroll at the College.

May Hall – 320 Washington Street, Easton, MA 02357

The Office of Undergraduate Admission assists students and families as they learn more about Stonehill and navigate the college application process.