Anthropology majors develop a set of skills that can be used both in the workplace and in the processes of finding meaningful employment. This small seminar course is designed to guide you to reflect upon yourself, your Anthropology education, and work opportunities available to you. Through short lectures, student presentations, and facilitated discussions, this course will push you to think about what you will use your Anthropology education to form a career. It is open to any Anthropology major.
The purpose of the course is to help you identify meaningful career paths that will provide experience throughout your studies and after graduation. The basic assumption of the instructors is that - regardless of the job market - a career is born out of your creative thinking and not necessarily made out of opportunities available.