History Internship is open to students in History, Liberal Studies, Anthropology, American Studies, Art, Communication, and other programs. Students must receive a placement and permit in order to register.

Students can earn 3 credits while gaining valuable experience and skills at a museum or historical site. Students have completed internships at a number of locations, including:

  • Dey Mansion Washington’s Headquarters
  • Botto House Labor Museum
  • University Galleries
  • John W. Rea House

For more information, please contact Dr. Tia Cherry, Director for Academic Initiatives and Student Engagement: