K-12 School-based Internship Program
Internships fulfilling the criteria for Anth 495 are available for eligible SDSU anthropology majors who seek to apply anthropology while completing meaningful work in support of K-12 education. Non-majors also may apply.
The partner school for this program is a mid-sized organization. In light of the variety of functions the intern may serve there, a particular interest in childhood or education is not necessarily a prerequisite for eligibility, and assignments/duties may be tailored to fit student interests. For a full description of the program, click to view (.pdf).
To apply, please print and then complete the following two forms. Submit two hard copies of the total package to Dr. EJ Sobo via the anthropology office (you also may contact Dr. Sobo directly, at firstname.lastname@example.org or in AL411).
The priority deadlines for applications are: November 15 for Spring, May 15 for Fall, and April 15 for Summer. Late applications can be considered if spaces still are available.
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