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College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Sociology Anthropology and Criminology Internships

If you are interested in completing an internship in Sociology, Anthropology, or Criminology, the first step is to attend an information session and/or meet with the Internship Coordinator, Dr. Baker.

Internship Informational Sessions for Spring 2018

Information sessions for this semester will be held on Tuesday, February 13, 5-6 PM and Wednesday, February 14, 12-1 PM. Both of these sessions will be held in Bartlett 2129.

If you cannot attend an informational session or if you have any additional questions about internships, you can meet with Dr. Baker.

Drop-In Office Hours

  • Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays, 2-3 PM
  • Bartlett 2128

You can also schedule an alternate appointment or ask basic questions via email:

Application - The application is a two-step process. Both steps must be complete before Dr. Baker will begin working with you to find an internship.

Step 1: Complete the online application form:

Step 2: Complete a personal statement. Instructions can be downloaded here

When the personal statement is complete, email the final document to Dr. Baker at

Career Services

Students who plan to do an internship must attend two sessions with Career Services. The first is a group workshop on resume-writing and interview skills. The second is a one-on-one session for a mock interview and resume review.

Spring 2018 group workshops (for students interning in Summer and Fall 2018):

Tuesday, March 20 - 9:00am-10:00am, Gilchrist 009
Monday, March 26 - 1:00pm-2:00pm, Rod Library 287

The group workshop must be completed before the one-on-one session. If a student cannot attend one of the workshops listed above, the student will need to make an individual appointment with TJ Warren in Career Services (319) 273-6857.


Internship Checklist 

Advisor Approval Form 

Career Services Form 

Syllabus for Summer 2018