• Photo of Liz Abramo at Athenahealth

    Agility, Ethics Define Management Major


    Flexibility and character strength enable graduates of Stonehill Management major to work effectively in teams as well as negotiate with and persuade others in order to achieve organizational goals.

  • Four Stonehill Students Are Semi-finalists for Renowned Fulbright Program

    Global Engagement

    Four Stonehill students have been selected as semi-finalists for the prestigious Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship (ETA), affirming Stonehill College’s exceptional record of connecting graduates with highly selective national fellowships and scholarships.

  • Photo of Emily Schario ’18, associate producer at WGBH

    Thriving in a New Media World


    Stonehill’s Communication program is equipping students with the experiences and knowledge needed to navigate today’s increasingly complex — and largely digital — information landscape.

  • Julianne Earle ’16 recently completed an internship at Charlton Memorial Hospital in Fall River, Massachusetts

    Bright Prognosis for Health Careers


    Students interested in health science find Stonehill’s emphasis on internships, research, liberal arts and advising gives them a distinct advantage in this competitive field.

  • Networking in Silicon Valley


    Externship experience takes Stonehill seniors to Silicon Valley to learn more about tech careers and network with alumni already thriving in the field.

  • Students in the Boston Externship Program

    Expressway to Opportunity


    Stonehill’s new Boston Externship Program offers students an exploratory networking opportunity that connects participants with potential career options.

  • Red Sox CEO, Adam Grossman

    Red Sox VP Visits Meehan School of Business


    On opening day of the Major League Baseball season, the Leo J. Meehan School of Business hosted Adam Grossman, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of the Boston Red Sox.

  • Careers in Professional Sports


    Stonehill graduate, Zachary Soulier ’14, account executive with the Boston Celtics recently came to campus to provide an insider’s perspective on how to build a successful career in professional sports operations.