The internship manual describes the policies and processes associated
with completing an anthropology internship for academic credit.
490 Syllabus (.doc)
Internship Portfolio Checklist (pdf)
Describes the objectives, logistics and requirements for an
ANT 490 Work
Plan Form and Instructions
Students fill out the Work Plan Form and attach 1) a statement of
job responsibilities and expected products related to the site
responsibilities, and educational goals related to the internship. As
a minimum academic requirement, the internship requires that the
student maintain an academic journal, submit a one-page Internship
Report describing her or his experience, a reflection essay, and an
There are many internship opportunities available to GVSU
anthropology students. This document lists possible internship sites,
as well as other resources, to help students identify internships of interest.
(pdf) Resources for students to explore practical training
and career paths in Anthropology. These books are available at GVSU.
Search for a Community Nonprofit
Organization Use the NonProfitList.org
site to search for regional organizations that serve the
American Anthropological Association Summer Internship
Program The American Anthropological Association offers two
internship opportunities funded by member donations during summer
months. Internships are six weeks; although like many internships,
they are unpaid; however; interns are provided housing and a
meal/travel stipend. Eligibility: Undergraduate students in their
junior or senior year; or first Year Graduate students.
Search for an Internship Click on "Search for
an Internship" to explore job and internship resources provided
by the GVSU Career Center. In addition, the Anthropology Department
keeps a database of organizations where students have interned