Jobs & Internship Opportunities

Ashley Forsythe is the Career Counselor for all Graduate programs, including Graduate History. She looks forward to having the opportunity to connect with you! If there is anything that she can do to assist you with your career, job/internship searching, and/or educational needs, please do not hesitate to reach out to her at ashley.forsythe@rutgers.edu or to schedule an appointment by calling 856-225-6046.

 

Mayor’s Internship Program

Philadelphia – Office of the Mayor

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Legal Internships

Superior Court of New Jersey (Atlantic City, NJ )

Atlantic City, New Jersey

Various Museum Internships

National Museum of American Jewish History

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Museum Internship

Museum of Jewish Heritage

New York, New York

Legal Internship – Learn to be a Paralegal

Console & Hollawell P.C.

Marlton, New Jersey

U.S. Government – Hiring Information for Students & Recent Graduates

U.S. Office of Personnel Management

Washington DC, District of Columbia

Law Internship

Kenneth Vercammen & Associaties, PC

Edison, New Jersey

Outreach Intern

U.S. Attorney’s Office Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, New Jersey

Reentry Intern

U.S. Attorney’s Office Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, New Jersey

9/11 Memorial Museum Vistior Services Volunteers

National September 11 Memorial and Museum

New York, New York

Training Assistant Intern

New York – Office of the State Attorney General

Albany, New YorkNew York City, New York

Congressional Intern Opportunity

Office of Congressman Donald Norcross

Cherry Hill, New Jersey

Legislative Internship

Assembly Office of Louis Greenwald & Pamela Lampitt

Voorhees, New Jersey

Press Office Volunteer Undergraduate/Graduate Student Interns

New York – Office of the State Attorney General

New York, New York

Legislative Internship

New Jersey – Fourth Legislative District

Laurel Springs, New Jersey

 

Conference at MARCH

The Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities at Rutgers University-Camden invites you to join History, Memory, and Disability Rights: Creating Inclusive Public Humanities Programs, a one-day public humanities conference on Saturday, November 19, 2016, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

This program is co-sponsored by the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities, Rutgers University-Camden; the New Jersey Council for the Humanities; Millersville University; The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Rutgers University; The University of Delaware, Center for Disability Studies; Pennhurst Memorial and Preservation Alliance, Pennsylvania TASH; Pennsylvania History Coalition Honoring People with Disabilities; The Arc of Pennsylvania; and the Western Pennsylvania Disability History and Action Consortium.

Registration is $20 and includes lunch. We are able to offer 10 “scholarships” that waive the registration fee to people with intellectual, developmental, or other disabilities; self-advocates are encouraged to apply. Funding is available for the first 10 individuals who apply. Please send name, address, and email address to Tamara Gaskell, at tamara.gaskell@rutgers.edu, by October 31.

REGISTER BY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11!

Click here to register and to view the schedule.

Alumna News

Mikaela Maria, a graduate of our M.A. program, participated in a roundtable session about graduate student participation in digital and public history projects at the biennial conference of the Urban History Association, held in Chicago October 13-16, 2016.  Mikaela currently works as a museum assistant at the Wells Fargo Museum in Philadelphia and as editorial assistant for The Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia, based at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) at Rutgers-Camden.  MARCH sponsored her participation in the conference.