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Loyola University Chicago

Department of Anthropology

Careers

Not all undergraduate anthropology students will become professional anthropologists; however, anthropology’s concern with so many dimensions of humanity, its emphasis on critical thinking, and the various skills and methods taught in the major help prepare students for a wide range of careers after graduation. A small sampling of these might include:

Archivist
Community Organizer/Advocate
Contract Archaeologist

Corporate Analyst

Cultural Resource Manager
Editor
Educational Planner

Forensic Specialist
Government Analyst
International Development Officer
Market Researcher

Museum Curator
NGO Staffer
Non-Profit Manager

Park Ranger
Peace Corps Volunteer
Public Health Official
Social Worker
Teacher

Translator

Zoological Consultant

Your faculty advisor will be happy to talk to you about career options and opportunities related to your training in anthropology. The American Anthropological Association provides additional useful information on careers in anthropology and related fields here.

Loyola’s Fellowship Office also has valuable resources for students interested in applying for fellowships to support undergraduate or graduate study, faculty-mentored research projects, internships, study abroad, and other exciting opportunities. More general information on anthropology-related fellowships and grants can be found here, here, and here.

Loyola

Department of Anthropology
1032 West Sheridan Road · Chicago, Illinois 60660
Tel: (773) 508-3485 · Fax: (773) 508-3295

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