The Department of Anthropology encourages its undergraduate majors to participate in internships in addition to their coursework. Internships provide the opportunity for students to combine their anthropological knowledge with hands-on experience and engage with new professional and community networks. There are a number of anthropological internships available — locally, nationally, and globally. Through our internship office, we can help you match your interests with those of a community partner. Check-out our Internship Finder to begin your search.
Funding your Internship
Although some internships are paid, many are not. Therefore, the department offers funding to supplement your internship efforts. Through a generous grant provided by alumnus Paul Liebman, we help ensure that financial concerns are never a barrier to attaining a great internship experience.
Applications due by March 15th
Interested in being an intern?
Schedule a meeting to discover which internship might be right for you. Email the Internship Coordinator (TBA)
Prior to your first meeting, please fill out the Pre-Meeting Checklist
Internship Calendar of Events
Paul A. Liebman Engaged Anthropology Internship Award applications are due by March 15th