History isn’t all about kings and queens; it is also an important component of preserving national heritages.
Historians are a necessary part of maintaining, discovering and informing people about monuments, artifacts, and our social progression to our current state. We can learn a lot from the past and, often, it helps us to understand our present. This is why many young people that are interested in history will find a selection of vocations in Creative, Media & the Arts and Agriculture & land-based industries.
Whether you strive to be the next archeologist to uncover a long-forgotten medieval city underground, or seek to use your knowledge of history to become an art curator, using History as a basis for choosing an apprenticeship can lead to some exciting and unique career opportunities.
Browse the options available and see if you can find something to spark your interest.
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