Explore internship opportunities.
There are four ways to do this:
- The most current internship announcements are posted near St. Augustine 435, the office of Dr. Charlene Mires, the History Department internships coordinator.
- The College of Arts and Sciences Internship Program office, St. Augustine Center, Room 415, maintains a binder of history internship announcements.
- Online listings may be found at http://www.villanova.edu/internships.
- You are welcome to seek opportunities on your own. Web sites of historical societies, museums, and historic sites are good places to start. To receive credit, the internship must be history-related.
Discuss registering for internship credit with Dr. Gallicchio during your advising appointment.
To discuss the opportunities that interest you most, contact Dr. Charlene Mires by e-mailing email@example.com.
To formally apply for an internship, visit the Internship Program office, St. Augustine 415. Be prepared to list a first, second, and third choice of internship.
|Examples of Internship Opportunities|
The Washington Center for Internships
Franklin Institute Science Museum
American Swedish Historical Museum
Philadelphia City Archives
Independence National Historical Park
Independence Seaport Museum
University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
College of Physicians Library and Archives
Johnson House (Underground Railroad site)
City of Philadelphia Law Department
City of Philadelphia Mayor's Office
Common Cause of Pennsylvania
The Physick House
Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission
Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site
Southwestern Pa. Heritage Preservation Commission
United States Mission to the United Nations
University of Pennsylvania Press
Valley Forge National Historical Park