Internship Opportunities

Places where Stonehill students have recently interned include:

  • Brockton District Court 
  • Liberty Square Group
  • Mashpee Chamber of Commerce
  • Massachusetts Taxpayer’s Foundation
  • MassEquality
  • Multiple state government internship programs
  • Pan American Health and Education Foundation
  • Smithsonian Institute
  • U.S. Department of Justice
  • U.S. Department of the Interior
  • Various House and Senate offices
  • WorldTeach
  • Wynn Law Group

Additional Resources and Opportunities

Hill to Hill Networking Program

Because the program stresses the importance of building relationships, students have the opportunity to participate in the Hill to Hill networking program, which includes networking opportunities on Beacon Hill and a weeklong excursion to Capitol Hill, where current students meet with Stonehill alums and others to network.

Pre-law Advising

The Pre-Law Advising program is designed to provide important information to students regarding law school admissions and future careers in the law. There is no required academic program for pre-law students; however, there are a number of courses at Stonehill that may be of interest to students who wish to pursue the law as a career. The Pre-Law Advising program provides a step-by-step guide to help students learn about the legal industry, the Law School Admissions Council, preparing for the LSAT, and applying to law school.

Lessons here are supplemented with an impressive variety of opportunities outside of the classroom. For me, this meant summer research with a professor, internships in Boston and Madrid, and walking the streets of Washington D.C. and the jungles of Guatemala. This has prepared me for any path I choose to take after graduation, whether it be law school, Capitol Hill or abroad.

Career Development Resources for Students

The Stonehill Career Development Center offers extensive assistance to students seeking employment, pursuing advanced studies or participating in postgraduate service opportunities. By completing internships and utilizing mentors, students are empowered to build lifelong career management skills.

Political Science-specific career resources

  • Departmental Career Development Series: Successful alumni come back to share their experiences and mentor current students.
  • Extensive on-campus recruiting program for internships and entry-level positions
  • Annual career fairs
  • Government Careers Panel and Networking event
  • Marketing Your International Experience workshop

Active mentors

  • Allied World Assurance Co.
    • Catastrophe Analyst
  • Deloitte Consulting LLP
    • Manager
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation
    • Special Agent
  • Griffin Health Services
    • Development/Philanthropy Counsel
  • Mass. Ethics Commission
    • Senior Staff Counsel
  • Mass. House of Representatives
    • Research Analyst
  • National Republican Congressional Committee
    • Rapid Response Director
  • U.S. State Department
    • Personnel Recovery Program Manager

Contact us with any questions.

Robert R. Rodgers

Assistant Professor of Political Science, Political Science & International Studies Department Chair, Pre-Law Advisor
Political Science