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Among the many worthwhile activities, awards, and programs that the AAA supports through its fundraising efforts are the following important funds. Your gift may be designated to a specific fund or divided between more than one.

AAA Intern Program Endowment: AAA is thrilled to announce the creation of a permanent endowment fund to support the AAA Internship Program and help this phenomenal program make an even greater impact on the lives of future anthropologists. When you choose this option you are ensuring that this program will continue into the future. Now in its sixth year, the Internship Program provides students with the opportunity to learn valuable skills and gain workplace experience as they begin their careers.

To learn more about the AAA Internship Program, please click on the link: http://www.americananthro.org/LearnAndTeach/Content.aspx?ItemNumber=1658.

To learn about our past interns' educational and fun experiences, click on the link: http://www.americananthro.org/LearnAndTeach/Content.aspx?ItemNumber=1657.

AAA Endowment Fund: Our endowment fund is the key to our future. Your gift ensures that the AAA will be able to advance the discipline of anthropology by broadening our programs and services.

Public Education Outreach: Building upon the success of RACE: Are We So Different?, we are expanding our outreach to include public education programs and activities about migration, displacement, and human population movements to help people better understand their own migration histories and those of others. Contributions will be used to support planning and development of a traveling museum exhibition, as well as public programming and events such as book readings, town halls, and an ethnographic film festival.

 



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