Public and General History Internship Information
The Public History Internship is a course open to undergraduate history majors. With a few exceptions, Public History internships are at not-for-profit organizations or government agencies in New Jersey and the internships are history-related.
Students may take a maximum of one. The internships are offered in the spring, fall, and first summer semester. About 100 different internships are available but students may propose internships not on the list. Students should meet with the coordinator no later than the middle of the semester preceding the semester in which they want to do an internship. To earn credit, students must work a minimum of 112 unpaid hours at the site and attend several class meetings. For additional detail, see the prefatory material with the lists of the available internships.
- List of Public History Internships
- Map of Public History Internships
- Recommendations for Internship Supervisors
- Guidelines for Interns
- Travel Policy for Internships
More than 100 different internships are available for history majors. To sign up for a 2015 spring semester internship, you need to schedule a half-hour interview with Gary Saretzky, the Internship Coordinator.
If you are a history major and want to take Public History Internship 506:451, please contact Professor Saretzky to schedule an appointment. Students who apply promptly have a better chance of getting their first choice Please note that Public History Internships satisfy the seminar requirement for history majors. Professor Saretzky usually can be reached at 732-308-3771 x 5, 8:30-noon and 1:00-4:30pm, Monday to Friday. If he is not there, please leave a message.
Internship Program Forms
A. For Students
B. For Site Supervisors
2006 Symposium Papers: "Exceptionally Good Internships"