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Many majors participate in internships both on and off campus.  In recent years, students have interned at museums, archives, parks, and historical sites across the metropolitan area and beyond.  Among them are St. Louis’s Campbell House and Soldiers’ Memorial Military Museum, the Missouri Historical Society and the State Archives, the Jefferson Expansion National Memorial, White Haven (Ulysses S. Grant’s home), the Holocaust Museum and Learning Center, and Lindenwood’s own Mary E. Ambler Archives.

Students interested in developing an internship should contact Dr. Kris Runberg Smith at or Paul Huffman at


The Campbell House Museum
Missouri History Museum
The State Historical Society of Missouri
Missouri State Archives
Jefferson National Expansion Memorial
Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site
Holocaust Museum and Learning Center
Mary E. Ambler Archives

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