What do you do with an anthropology degree?
The world is your oyster. Continue your education by pursuing a masters or doctoral degree. Explore a career through an internship or just get to work. Combine your love of travel and immersing yourself in different cultures with your love of learning by continuing your education abroad. As an anthropologist, your options are endless.
- Peterson’s GradSearch is the most comprehensive database on graduate study available. It is a searchable database that links your interests to the most suitable programs.
- The Council on Anthropology and Education guide to offerings in anthropology and education.
- The AAA For Students section covers topics such as entering graduate school, selecting a mentor, support services, and participating in a conference. Scroll half-way down the page to see the links.
- Master’s Degree Online is a searchable directory of online master’s programs. Scholarship information is available.
- The U.S. Government’s official site for jobs and employment information provided by the United States Office of Personnel Management.
- AAA’s Careers/Placement site includes position announcements, faqs, info on where the jobs are in anthropology and archaeology, and info on AAA’s job placement service.
- National Internships - broken down by city, including Washington, DC.; small fee, but a money-back guarantee
- The Inter-American Foundation provides unpaid undergraduate internships and graduate fellowships in participatory development in Latin America and the Caribbean.
- The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA): international educational and training programs
- Check out study abroad offerings through Washington College’s Global Education Office.
- Check out studyabroad.com if you’re considering a program WC doesn’t offer, but make sure credits will transfer!