Under the mentorship of an experienced professional (site supervisor) and a Flagler
professor (intern coordinator), internships will provide students with work experience
and structured opportunities to reflect on their activities and connect practical
experience with the skills and knowledge of the field of public history. Internships
encourage public history training, skill development, collaboration, and teamwork.
Interns work a total of 120 hours at a single pre-arranged site, keep a weekly journal,
submit a substantial final project, and present their work to students and community
partners. It will be graded on the letter-grade scale.