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Internships and Research Opportunities

CHSS Match Internship Program:

College of Humanities & Social Sciences: Rowan's CHSS Match Program creates opportunities for you to connect with employers searching for interns qualified to meet your internship needs. For more information, go to www.rowan.edu/chssmatch or call 856-256-4239.

Internships in History:

Internships are available to American Studies students through the History Department’s course called Field Experience. Designed to introduce students to actual historical work, this course places students with an historical society, museum, library, or similar institution, where they serve a minimum of nine hours per week for one semester as a volunteer working in the arranging of archival material, exhibits, etc. This course may not be offered annually. Students may use this experience for one of their courses from the Core A1 bank of courses in the American Studies major.

To pursue this option, contact Dr. William Carrigan or Dr. Melissa Klapper in the History Department.