The Public History internship is a structured and supervised professional work experience with an accepted historical or cultural institution, non-profit organization, or history-related sector within a private business enterprise. To be recognized, the experience must be preapproved and must include specific learning objectives, weekly and final reflections from the intern, and evaluations from the employer. An internship is typically done by a student who has attained sufficient preparation in the academic field of history. The experience may be paid or unpaid. Variations in credit according to hours performed, from 0 to 6 hours. Must be taken on a Pass/Fail basis. (Offered every semester). Prerequisite: Consent of the internship coordinator and the History Department chair.
1 credit
Upper Division