Undergraduate and graduate students interested in careers in anthropology, museums or related fields.
The Anthropology Internship Program presented by the American Museum of Natural History offers academic credit, unpaid and paid internships for undergraduate and graduate students interested in careers in anthropology, museums or related fields. Anthropology interns work on projects relating to the collections or to the ongoing research interests of the curatorial staff in the museum or in the field. The application deadline for the summer session Spring session (February-May), submit October 1 - December 1.
The department's collections and research are focused on North American, Mexican/Central American and South American archaeology and ethnology; Asian, African and Pacific ethnology; and Biological Anthropology. In addition, internships are awarded in collections management, archives and conservation. Applicants should be enrolled in or have recently graduated from an academic institution. Acceptance to the internship program is competitive. The number of interns accepted in any given session varies and is based on staff projects. Internships are limited to a maximum of two sessions of work.
In order to maximize your learning experience at the museum, applicants need to write a brief summary (one page or less) specifying your area of interest within anthropology and how an internship will help you achieve your educational goals. If you are applying for credit, you must attach a copy of your transcript. In all cases, please attach a resume and include the name of an academic adviser or professor who can be contacted to provide a reference.
For academic credit and unpaid internships in Mexican/Central American and South American Archaeology and Ethnology; African, Asian, North American and Pacific Ethnology; Biological Anthropology*; Collections Management, Archives and Conservation:
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