Jun 18, 2021

American Anthropology Association Summer Internship Program

  • Crimson Education
  • Onsite or Remote, but occur during Eastern Time Zone (USA)
Internship

Description

Each summer, the American Anthropological Association offers two internship opportunities funded by member donations. Internships are six weeks in length and usually extend from early July through mid-August. Internships are unpaid, however they are provided housing and a meal/travel stipend.

Interns will spend approximately 40 percent of their time working onsite at the AAA offices in Arlington, VA, and the other 60 percent of their time working on-site at one of two locations: The Naval History & Heritage Command and The Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage.

Learn about the incredible students who have been AAA interns in the past in our AAA Summer Internship Hall of Fame.

Questions about the AAA Summer Internship can be sent to Katie Patschke, Executive Assistant, kpatschke@americananthro.org

Internships are six weeks in length from June through August 2021. Internships are unpaid however; interns will be provided housing and a meal/travel stipend.

Interns will spend approximately 40 percent of their time working onsite at the AAA offices in Arlington, VA, and the other 60 percent of their time working on-site at one of two locations described below.

We are currently planning on in person internship but that is subject to change. We are closely monitoring CDC health and safety guidelines and will make a final decision before the start of the internship program.

Eligibility: 

  • All U.S. and international undergraduate students that are rising juniors, juniors, or seniors, and first year graduate students (completing the first year of graduate work by June 2021), are eligible to apply for the program.

American Anthropological Association - Advancing Knowledge, Solving Human Problems

Type of Opportunity

Extracurricular Activity

Application Deadline

March 2022

Age Range

Grades 15-17 (Rising Junior, Junior or Seniors, First Year of Undergrad students) (College)