History Internships

"I believe I had the most fun and learned the most while utilizing the hands on approach and actually working with actual objects in a real working museum. What surprised me the most about what I learned was that working in a museum can be fun, it is not boring and I enjoyed learning." – History major, TAMU-CC

Students who are looking for a practical, hands-on, outside-of-the-classroom learning experience may want to consider an internship.  The History program at TAMU-CC collaborates with the Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History and other local historical organizations to give students real-world experience in the collection, cataloguing, and public presentation of historical artifacts and archival documents.  In addition to providing a non-traditional learning experience, internships help prepare students for careers in public history, from museum curators to archivists, documentary filmmakers, historical preservationists, and cultural resource managers. 

We currently offer for-credit, non-paid internships through the College of Liberal Arts’ Applied Experience course.  To discuss this or other internship opportunities, contact our Internship Coordinator, Dr. Le'Trice Donaldson

Read about the internship experiences of history majors here.

student interns conducing research
students doing research