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It is beneficial to explore one or more areas of anthropology to broaden your knowledge of the whole discipline, as well as to gain insights into your own interests. From introducing freshman international students around campus to hiking through rain forests, students do have choices and opportunities. Study abroad offices, international organizations on campus, and teaching ESL (English as a second language) are all some possible outlets in which to practice anthropological concepts. Check with the Office of the State Archaeologist; perhaps they are in need of volunteers to assist with local projects. To satisfy your biological interests, contact your local zoo and ask to volunteer or check with the genetics/biology department on campus for any information on overseas or domestic programs.


Internship Opportunities

Internships offer invaluable opportunities to gain experience in your chosen field. Following are links to institutions that offer internships for aspiring anthropologists. However, don’t be afraid to veer of the beaten path and consider internships that are non-traditional for anthropology students.

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