A degree in anthropology prepares students for a range of careers in education, business, law, management, health, social work, development, tourism, and more. Beyond developing an understanding of human life and its evolution, students of anthropology gain an array of valuable skills, such as:
- Cross-cultural understanding of global phenomena
- Critical and comparative analysis
- Conducting interviews
- Surveying and sampling
- Collecting, analyzing, and comparing data
- Compiling and organizing information, literature, and data
- Designing and managing projects
- Maintaining records and tabulating data
- Synthesizing and presenting results through written and spoken media
Browse through our list of relevant internship programs and job boards below. For more information on internship and research opportunities abroad, visit Study Abroad and Field Schools.
Archaeology and Preservation
Museums, Parks, and Cultural Centers
Nonprofit and Humanitarian Organizations
Additional Job Boards and Databases
For more information on internships and career opportunities, including networking and interviewing tips, visit BU’s Center for Career Development. You can also join Handshake, BU’s online career hub.