Internships & Field Experience

The Internship & Field Experience Program is designed to provide students with practical and applied experience in Sociology, Anthropology, and/or Criminology. This program provides an opportunity for students to take what they have learned in the classroom and apply their learning to a work environment while also developing practical skills and professional connections. The internship/field experience is managed jointly by the SAC Internship Coordinator & Site Supervisor. During the program, students will work the required number of hours, complete required writing & professionalization assignments, and receive a favorable evaluation from the employer before receiving credit. Internship/field experiences are intended for junior and senior-level students.

If you are interested in completing an internship/field experience in Sociology, Anthropology, or Criminology, the first step is to meet with Dr. Baker.

Dr. Baker’s Fall Drop-in Office Hours (Bartlett 2128)

Tuesdays, 12-2 PM
Wednesdays 11 AM - 12 PM
*If you cannot stop by during these times or you would prefer to meet by Zoom, please fill out this form: 


Additional Information


Before you complete the application, you must either attend an informational session or meet with Dr. Baker. After that initial meeting, the application is a two-step process:

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

Career Services Workshops

The Career Services Workshops for interns are scheduled for the following times:

  • Tuesday, April 18: 10 AM @ Bartlett 2129
  • Wednesday, April 19: 10 AM @ Bartlett 2129

Frequently Asked Questions

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Recent Internship/Field Experience Placements

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