American Studies Careers and Internships
Students in the American studies major find success in a variety of roles, including working in education and marketing. Many also go on to further their studies in programs focused on teaching or policy.
In a survey of our 2014-15 graduates, 100 percent of American studies majors who responded reported being employed or in graduate school.
Our graduates have gone on to work at the following places.
- Bernard Henry Elementary School, Enfield, Conn. (Teacher)
- Boland Elementary School, Springfield, Mass. (Teacher)
- Breakthrough Magnet School, Hartford, CT (Paraprofessional)
- Cape Cod Sea Camps, Brewster, Mass. (Assistant Director)
- Center Street School, Longmeadow, Mass. (Teacher)
- Gerena Community School, Springfield, Mass. (Teacher)
- Great Oak School, Danvers, Mass. (Special Education Teacher)
- Horace Greely High School, Chappaqua, N.Y. (Teacher's Assistant)
- Loretta Elementary School, Jacksonville, Fla. (Teacher)
- Manhattanville College, Purchase, N.Y. (Head Men's Lacrosse Coach)
- MassMutual, Springfield, Mass. (Customer Service Rep)
- Mystic, Conn. (Educational Support Supervisor)
- Northwest Village School, Plainville, Conn. (Assistant Teacher)
- Ocean View Elementary School, Norfolk, Va. (Teacher)
- Wake County Schools, Raleigh, N.C. (Teacher)
- William Seach School, Weymouth, Mass. (Teacher)