Academic Internship: Federal Agency on Museum/Collections Repository
|Hours||1.0 - 6.0 Credit, 0.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab|
|Prerequisites||Prior approval; completion of all course work for certificate in museum practices (may be taken concurrently with Anthr 596).|
|Taught||Fall Contact Department, Winter Contact Department, Spring Contact Department, Summer Contact Department|
Professional Development via Mentored Experience
Through course assignments, students will gain familiarity with job opportunities and responsibilities in the federal government or museums/collections-holding institutions. These assignments will include significant work experiences to enhance students' resumes and job-obtaining potential.
Through course assignments, students will establish a foundational professional network for students outside of academia in the world of museums and collections.
Through course assignments, students will gain real-world experiences working with archaeological and other cultural resources documentation systems, their use and interpretation.
Through course assignments, students will gain experience in participating in planned real-world work projects related to anthropology and learn the professional standards and ethics required by such projects both nationally and internationally.