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Anthropology Internships

Anthropology internships are designed for highly motivated students who are able to work in collaboration with their onsite supervisors and community members and are also prepared to produce a rigorous research paper based on their experience in the intern program.


Our students have worked at the Brooklyn Museum, the American Museum of Natural History, several non-profit agencies, including the Pratt Area Community Council in Brooklyn, Make the Road New York, Mothers on the Move, and the Association of Neighborhood and Housing Development. We currently have several students working with Mapping the African-American or MAPP project – an anthropology/archaeology-education project partnership between Columbia University and Hofstra University’s Center for Public Archaeology.

How to Obtain an Internship