Anthropology-related Links

Adapted from Bodley 2000.

Cultural Anthropology
The American Anthropological Association is the first site students should visit to help determine what positions are available in anthropology and what skills they need.
(http://www.aaanet.org/)

Applied Anthropology
This is a site that offers many opportunities with service organizations, including those that require a social science background and work in a multicultural setting.
(http://www.idealist.org)

Archaeology
This is a great source offered by the Society for American Anthropology that offers career opportunities for students.
(http://www.saa.org)

Archaeology
This is an archaeology site that is geared more for those persons with an interest in cultural resource management.
(http://www.shovelbums.org/)

Physical Anthropology
This is a useful site for those seeking a non-academic career in physical anthropology.
(http://weber.ucsd.edu/~jmoore/bioanthro/brochure2.html)

Forensic Anthropology
This site contains student information related osteology and forensics, and schools that offer study in these fields.
(http://www.forensicanthro.com)

Forensic Anthropology
This Web site provides detailed advice and explanations about the career of a forensic anthropologist.
(http://people.uncw.edu/albertm/faqs.htm)

Primatology
This is a very thorough site that gives succinct information about becoming a primatologist.
(http://www.primate.wisc.edu/pin/careers/)

Summer Internship/ Job Opportunities
This is a site for those seeking both internships and full-time jobs.
(http://www.usda.gov)

Michigan Archaeological Society
http://www.miarch.org/)

Archaeology Field Work
This site provides archaeologist employment listings, volunteer opportunities, announcements, archaeology in the news, etc.
(http://www.archaeologyfieldwork.com)

Midwest Archaeology Conference and more
(http://www.midwestarchaeology.org)