Yaron, a PhD environmental & geographical history candidate, describes the challenges of his job, what he likes most, his key decisions, how difficult getting into the industry is, and his work-life balance. He tells us that his interest in his field began with reading maps and navigating while hiking. Today he has transferred those skills over to his research studying maps and aerial photos.
Historians research, analyze, interpret, and present the past by studying a variety of historical documents and sources.
Internships offer an opportunity for students to learn practical skills, such as handling and preserving artifacts and creating exhibits. They also allow students to apply their academic knowledge in a hands-on setting. Positions are often available at local museums, historical societies, government agencies, or nonprofit and other organizations.
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