NYC Internship Program Benefits Stonehill Students Seeking Coveted Placements

New York City is the largest city in the United States and a Stonehill program provides students of all majors with the chance to learn and lead in coveted NYC internships.

Internships are integral for preparing students for post-graduate opportunities. You’ll gain valuable experience, build a professional network and learn more about yourself and potential careers.

Interns have the opportunity to:

  • Get a better grasp of the connections between theory and practice
  • Adapt to a culture outside the college environment
  • Network with professionals at different levels of an organization
  • Apply academic knowledge to hands-on situations
  • Gain exposure to potential career choices
  • Earn academic credit

Internship Opportunities

  • 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 in New York, Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles

    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.

  • International Internships

    Looking to experience a new culture? Our international internship programs can place you in a public or private organization for a semester-long internship in Dublin, London, Madrid or Paris.

Externship Opportunities

New York City

The New York City Externship Program is an intense week-long networking experience focusing on career exploration. Each year, a small group of students (sophomores, juniors and seniors) are selected to travel to New York City and spend the week meeting with prestigious, successful alumni in a range of professional settings to gain insight into a variety of career opportunities possible for students after graduation from Stonehill. Our hosts offer advice and share their opinions on selecting majors, perfecting resumes, finding internships, job searching, graduate school and much more.

Hill to Hill

Hill to Hill is a program for Stonehill students interested in a career in government, politics, non-profits, and other organizations in Boston, MA or Washington, D.C.All participants will conduct a minimum of five informational interviews and/or job shadows in the Boston area prior to spring break. Participants will travel to Washington, D.C. during spring break and conduct a minimum of five additional informational interviews and network with Stonehill alumni living in the D.C. area during that week. The informational interviews and job shadows will be arranged by the student in advance of departure to D.C.


The Boston Externship Program is a one-week career exploration and networking opportunity over the course of spring break in March. This professional development opportunity will be available only for first-year students, and will also include multiple preparation meetings with the Career Development Center. During spring break, we will visit approximately 12-15 different sites within the Boston area. This program is the only opportunity of its kind. It is designed for highly motivated first-year students looking to explore the various career opportunities available upon graduation from Stonehill.

San Francisco

Students have the opportunity to network with alumni in San Francisco/Silicon Valley who work in a diverse range of career fields. Students will also learn about different careers and receive professional mentoring throughout the week.

Learn from the Best

Our students have secured internships with some amazing companies and organizations in their field of study. Among them:

Networking in Silicon Valley

Externship experience takes Stonehill seniors to Silicon Valley to learn more about tech careers and network with alumni already thriving in the field.