For students in history, an internship provides a valuable opportunity to advance their historical knowledge, skills and understanding while applying them to contemporary situations and problems. In a research and reflection paper developed during your internship, the History Department expects you to reflect on both your development as a student of history and the way your experiences demonstrate the connections between the past and present.
Please note that these requirements are in addition to Internship Program requirements:
Dr. Abugideiri - relations with middle eastern countries.
Dr. Gallicchio - working for the federal government.
Dr. Giesberg - secondary school teaching.
Dr. Haas - archaeology.
Dr. Johnson - science-related fields, language training and research in Germany.
Dr. Keita - public policy, non-governmental organizations.
Dr. Kerrison - public history consulting; museum studies; paralegal studies; airline industry careers.
Dr. Lindenmeyr - non-governmental organizations; international humanitarian organizations.
Dr. Little - all levels of teaching.
Dr. Rosier - environmental Activist; Sales/Business.
Fr. Ryan - business, religion-related fields.
Dr. Steege - athletic coaching, elementary through college.
Dr. Sullivan - museum curator, art collector, art historian.
Dr. Winer - graduate studies, college administration.