Jason Hestor, Knowbility, Inc.

  Read the full report here. Prior to the summer of 2009, I began considering internship opportunities for anthropology majors. With an express interest in cognitive science and the role of technology in society, I began to look at usability research and the work of anthropologists within the field. Usability engineers examine products and systems […]

Mary DeMoss, Center for Survivors of Torture

  Read the full report here. I chose to complete an internship at Center for Survivors of Torture (CST), a nonprofit organization that works with international survivors of torture who have made their way to the United States. Their clients are from over 35 different countries from across the world that are seeking or have […]

Kassie Martinez, Methodist Specialty and Transplant Hospital

This internship was an overwhelming step towards the career of forensic nursing which I have plans of pursuing. The location of my internship was at the Methodist Specialty and Transplant Hospital. The mission of this organization is to redefine how patients of sexual assault are treated within the health care system of today. At Methodist […]

Toni Fischer, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department – Archaeology Lab

I was initially attracted to the internship in the Texas Parks and Wildlife Archaeology Lab because I am interested in obtaining a career in the field of archaeology and wanted to get a glimpse of what working for a state agency was like. In addition, by meeting and working with established professional archaeologists, anything that […]

Michele O’Neill, Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC) – Central Identification Laboratory (CIL)JPAC-CIL

There are a few reasons why the internship at Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command- Central Identification Laboratory interested me. To begin, JPAC-CIL is one of the leading employers of forensic anthropologists in the nation. At any given time there are over thirty forensic anthropologists on staff. Their goal is to attempt to fully account for every […]