Academic Engagement

Stockton offers a variety of opportunities for engaged education, includingstudents smiling (but not limited to) student and faculty research collaborations, internships, study abroad, and service learning. Explore the links below to discover examples of the ways the Stockton community is academically engaged.

Internship Opportunities

Stockton University Internships
Search here for internships.

Noyes Museum of Art at Stockton University
Acquire first-hand, practical experience in the museum field at The Noyes Museum of Art. Interns work closely with our professional staff to gain knowledge about various aspects of museum work such as: administration, development, education, public relations, curatorial and planning special events and community programs.

Writing Center Tutor
Learn how to become a tutor.

Washington Internship Program
The Washington Internship program is an intensive para-professional and academic experience in which Stockton students live, work, and study in the Washington, DC metropolitan region.

NEH Internship Program
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) is accepting applications on an open continuous basis for volunteer student and other internships. While we are unable to provide paid internships at this time, we are able to provide valuable experience working in program and administrative offices of the Endowment.

National Women’s Studies Association
Lists available internship opportunities

Jersey Intern
Searching for an internship is free on and any of our 50-state sister sites.

South Jersey Digital Projects

The Literature Program

Other Resources

Faculty Research/Presentations

Stockton’s faculty research and scholarship is wide-ranging. Below are featured research projects and conference presentations focused on civic engagement.

Engaging Students in the Community and the World: Nov. 19-20, 2010

Audrey Wolfson Latourette will present with Beverly Kahn, Phd , Professor of Political Science at Farmingdale, State University of New York, a talk entitled: “Civic Engagement, A Requisite to a Vital Democracy: Vehicles to Promote Such Engagement in the University Context.”