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Jobs: History

If you are still deciding how important history will be in your career, read the following publications and articles on the Internet:

If you have decided that history will be the focus of your career, you may want to explore career opportunities with the following public and private organizations. Some will require graduate school; others offer employment to new college graduates.

These private employers are examples of those who hire historians:

If you decide that you will develop a career using the skills developed while studying history but not focusing on the content of history itself, use these resources to begin to research potential employers. Many but not all history majors are interested in education, public policy, nonprofits, social service, and research. You may want to use these keywords as you research.

Art professor earns competitive summer residency in France
Christopher Ryan, associate professor of art, has earned a highly competitive residency in Léhon, France, this summer, from May 23 to July 18, 2015. This...
‘Tronies and Beyond’ exhibit opens at Gelbke Art Gallery
The Hiram College Department of Art will present an art exhibition by painter Margo Miller titled Tronies and Beyond, Jan. 23 through Feb. 6, 2015. The exhibition...
Art Exhibit ‘detour’ Explores Connections Between Artwork – Oct. 24 to Dec. 15
The Hiram College Art Department will present the exhibit ‘detour’ by artist Tom Hubbard from Oct. 24-Dec. 15, 2014 at the Gelbke Art Gallery. The...
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Christopher Ryan, Associate Professor and Department Chair

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  • Gelbke Art