Every year there are a number of exciting opportunities for internships. Although most are offered in the area of archaeological research and museums or primate behavior and conservation studies, these are not the only possibilities. You should seek further information from your advisor and watch for announcements regarding an internship fair sponsored by the department when information about different internships will be made available. In order to obtain credit for an internship,you should first download and fill out the College's internship form (pdf) here.
Students can also enroll in summer internships. The internship course ANTH 498 may be taken for one, two, or three credits and requires an Anthropology faculty member as an advisor. Together you and your advisor will agree on the number of hours to be spent as well as some kind of documentation of how you used your time engaged in internship activities.