ANTH 482 (Internship) & 483 (Teaching & Leadership)

ANTH 482 Internship is the course to sign up for if you are interested in engaging in assistant/intern positions within the department labs (e.g., Arch / Bioanth / Ethnographic Labs). Internships in one of the Anthropology labs generally involve independent/group work engaging in student-led research/lab activities. You can also earn credit through ANTH 482 for other approved internships, either on campus (e.g., CRF...) or in the community. If you are interested in an off-campus location, please be proactive in researching locations and applying for positions - the course instructor will assist you, but student initiative and responsibility will be key. All students enrolled in ANTH 482 will receive a placement - please enroll in ANTH 482 to hold your spot in the course and labs (no permission code is required).

ANTH 483 Teaching & Leadership is the course to sign up for if you are interested in engaging in a leadership position in ANTH, either as a course assistant (CA), a leader in one of the labs, or as a peer mentor to new ANTH students. Likewise, to ensure equity in opportunity and availability of positions for course participants, students enrolled in this course will have priority for positions. Those interested in non-leadership ANTH positions (e.g., lab assistant/intern) or those that would like to earn credit for non-ANTH internships (e.g., elsewhere at HSU or in the community) should enroll in ANTH 482 instead of this course.

***Note: As-of Fall 2020, ANTH 482 and 483 are the two choice courses for the "Applied/Leadership Experience" section of the major requirements (for students that begin Fall 2020 or after, or previous students that switch to the AY 2020-21 catalog year or later). These are learning, not paid positions. There may be a limited number of paid positions associated with some courses or lab positions - to be eligable for these, students will generally needed to have already completed either ANTH 482/483.