Anthropology Summer Programs
Sitting at the intersection of many dynamic fields, anthropology is a subject area rife for field and classroom exploration for middle and high school students seeking college credit or educational enrichment. Anthropology offers students the chance to visit exotic locations and build a foundation for diverse careers. Studying anthropology is a gateway to academia, medicine, social justice, government, business and work in non-profits like museums and research institutions. Anthropology Summer Programs provide pre-college students instruction across a variety of sub-specialties, including forensic anthropology, biological anthropology, medical anthropology, archaeology, environmental anthropology, linguistic anthropology and visual anthropology. Expert instructors, often drawn from university faculty where students participate in the programs, guide students through fieldwork, laboratory experiments and classroom curriculum. The programs are residential and commuter-based.