Internships

Internships and volunteer opportunities at Ethnographic Mile offer practical experience in all aspects of our organization to enhance holistic learning. University credit can be arranged through our affiliated institutions and your home institution. Please contact Ethnographic Mile for more information.

We ask interns to commit to working a minimum of 8 hours per week during their internship. On average, interns work 16 hours per week during the school year or 20-25 hours per week during the summer. The typical internship lasts for the duration of one school semester or two to three months in the summer.

Deadline to apply: rolling.

Application Process:
To apply, please send a cover letter and resume as an attachment to Ethnographic Mile (in one MS word document or PDF file).  In your cover letter, describe your goals for the internship and explain how your experiences and skill set will contribute to Cultural Survival’s programs.  Please be sure to include the minimum dates you are available to intern and the hours per week you are available (when possible).   As this is an unpaid internship, we encourage applicants to seek grant support or for-credit options through their university.

Please send inquiries to Ethnographic Mile.