Our domestic internship programs provide a combination of real-life work experience and for-credit coursework. You’ll grow on an academic and professional level, not to mention the personal growth that comes with adapting to the culture of a new city. We offer semester-long 15-credit internship programs in New York City, Washington D.C. and Los Angeles. No matter where you go, you’ll continue to pay regular tuition and fees, and you’ll remain eligible for any applicable financial aid.

Stonehill in Los Angeles

The Stonehill in Los Angeles program is perfect for students interested in exploring the entertainment industry and other opportunities on the west coast.

  • Live in the Oakwood Toluca apartments, Burbank, California
  • Intern four days a week for fourteen weeks
  • Take one course at Stonehill during winter break
  • Participate in a week-long LA orientation led by a Stonehill alumnus
  • Receive access to a rental car provided by Stonehill
  • Explore everything Los Angeles has to offer

Stonehill in New York

Looking for practical experience in a large urban setting? It doesn’t get better than this. The Stonehill in New York program places students right in the heart of the Big Apple.

  • Live in Manhattan, where you will find comfort and convenience in the heart of the city
  • Intern four days a week for fourteen weeks
  • Take one course at Fordham University
  • Participate in an organized NYC orientation with other college students
  • Explore everything New York City has to offer

Stonehill in Washington, D.C.

Stonehill in Washington, D.C. is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to live and work in the nation’s capital for a semester!

  • Participate in a semester-long internship in Washington, D.C.
  • Apartment-style housing provided through Washington Internship Student Housing
  • Multiple networking opportunities (guest-speakers will be provided)
  • Students are responsible for internship placement (with support from Career Services and faculty)
  • 15 credits:
    • 9-credit internship (at least 30-32 hrs/week)
    • 3-credit course taken in Washington, D.C.
    • 3 credits of academic work through your major