The internship is mostly designed for a graduating senior in anthropology or a related field interested in taking a year off prior to graduate work, but it is open to other categories of people (e.g., graduate students, someone just finishing graduate work) who want to learn more about worldwide cross-cultural research.
Interns are expected to reside in or near New Haven, Connecticut and come to the office on a daily basis. Housing is not provided, but since there are many people moving in and out of New Haven, it is not difficult to find housing. We can help suggest ways to find rooms or apartments. Stipends of $800 will be paid bi-weekly to cover living expenses.
Applicants must already have the right to work in the United States.
The internship does not include any international travel during the year.
Updated Feb 15, 2016