Internship Opportunities

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.

Priority Deadline: Feb. 1st and April 1st and on a rolling basis, up to June 1st based on fund availability. Apply here

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