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The goal of our program in Anthropology is for our students to acquire critical thinking skills, oral and written communication skills, "people" skills, and a great understanding of many different cultures. These skills have many applications in public service, political activism and the private sector. Anthropology majors increase their marketability with gaining experience in an industry while in college, through internships, part-time jobs, or volunteer work. Additionally, students can add to their range of knowledge by taking courses within or outside their major that would give them specific information useful in their career field of interest.

Some of the employment areas for Anthropology majors include:

  • Teaching in Universities and Colleges
  • Museums
  • Federal Agencies
  • International Agencies
  • Consulting

Related Career Titles

ENTRY LEVEL:

  • National/State Park Interpreter
  • Program Assistant
  • Probation Officer
  • Friend of the Court Caseworker
  • Field Archaeologist
  • Laboratory Assistant
  • Museum Technician
  • Peace Corps Volunteer
  • Loan Officer/Bank Officer
  • Volunteer Coordinator
  • Caseworker
  • Employment Recruiter
  • Travel Agent/Guide/Consultant
  • Legislative Aide
  • Research Associate
  • Insurance Claims Adjuster
  • Marketing Researcher
  • Immigration Inspector
  • Management Trainee
  • Sales Representative

Where our majors work and job titles

  • Substitute Teacher
  • Director and Administrator at ICF at Human Service Providers
  • Customer service supervisor
  • Training supervisor
  • Service associate for insurance company
  • Construction work and landscaping
  • Child care counselor
  • Independent living coordinator
  • Taught English in Japan
  • Taught Anthropology in Japan
  • Field Tech for E&E, PCT, Hazex, Kittatiny, KSK

Related Major Skills

Planning projects writing grant proposals Interviewing Surveying and sampling Gathering and organizing data Examining data and artifacts Conducting field studies Summarizing results Communication across cultures and languages Recognizing cultural differences and similarities

Related Websites

Job Search Resources:

American Anthropological Association

Organizations & Associations:

American Association of Physical Anthropologists

American Anthropological Association

Society for Applied Anthropology