What Can I Do With A Major In Anthropology? Starting A Successful Career with an Anthropology Degree
The American Anthropological Association, the Society for Applied Anthropology, and the Society for American Archaeology have excellent resources about non-academic and academic careers in anthropology. The AAA website is a great starting place for students to learn about the variety of job offerings and employment paths available to anthropologists.
- American Anthropological Association – Career Resources
- American Anthropological Association – Careers in Anthropology
Careers, Opportunities, & Jobs Listings
- American Anthropological Association Career Center and ACE Job Board (all subfields)
- Society for American Archaeology Career Center
- Society for Applied Anthropology Job Listings
- Society for Medical Anthropology Job Listings
- WFU Anthropology Department: ask your professors and let them know to keep an eye out for jobs for you, or consult the Job Opportunities binder in the Department Lounge.
Wake Forest University Career and Professional Development Services
The WFU Office of Career and Professional Development (OPCD) is a comprehensive resource that all Wake Forest students should consult during their junior and senior years. Whether considering graduate training or employment options, visit their office at Reynolda Hall, Room 230 and website at http://career.opcd.wfu.edu/.