Each semester, the Career Development Center offers students an opportunity to intern full-time for a semester in Boston, or the Greater Boston Area, while living on campus. Students will gain invaluable experience, amazing connections, and an educational experience like no other. Students earn a full semester of credit for this program. Students pay their regular tuition and fees and any received financial aid is applied.  All majors are welcome to apply!

RECENT FULL-TIME INTERNSHIP SITES IN THE BOSTON AREA INCLUDE:

  • The Vertex Companies, Inc.
  • Massachusetts Law Enforcement Training Alliance
  • PricewaterhouseCoopersLLP
  • Massachusetts General Hospital
  • International Institute of New England
  • TruNorth Investments, LLC
  • Brewster Ambulance
  • John Hancock
  • Essex County Sheriff's Department
  • Raytheon
  • Department of Homeland Security
  • Converse

Students are awarded 15 credits upon completion of the SFTIP: Local program. The breakdown is as follows:

  • 9 Credits: Full time internship in the student’s major department pending the approval of the department's faculty moderator
  • 3 Credits: Course of choice taken at Stonehill
  • 3 Credits: Work through student's academic department (may consist of weekly journals and a research paper, but varies by department)

Before applying to the Stonehill in Boston Internship Program, students must meet certain qualifications. These include:

  • A resume approved by a member of the Career Development team
  • A 3.0 cumulative GPA and junior standing. Students who do not meet this criteria must obtain written approval (letter or email) from their faculty moderator prior to submitting an application.
  • A level of maturity demonstrated by responsible behavior at Stonehill College
  • Completion all application materials by the deadlines specified by the Career Development Center facilitated via Handshake
  • Approval of the Director of Career Development and the Director of Community Standards
  • The intention to grow, both on an academic and professional level, in a new city
Andrew S. Leahy

Andrew S. Leahy

Director of the Career Development Center
Cushing Martin 175
Career Development