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How Proficient Are You? Take the Quiz
Take stock of your skills by using this quiz to review your strengths and weaknesses.
What’s in a Name? Job Titles to Explore
Kick your job search off with these titles that are held by anthropology graduates.
Can do, can’t do, and can’t do without! Your Ideal Work Environment
Don’t just get a job. Get a job that is right for you. This tool can help you reflect on what you need to succeed.
Mastering the Elevator Pitch
Know how to make an impression. This resource takes you step by step through crafting your elevator pitch.
Observe and Reflect: An Interview Checklist
An interview goes both ways. Use this checklist to reflect on how a job interview went and if the role is right for you.
Networking Basics & Informational Interviews
Not sure how to grow your network? This tool shows you how to do so through informational interviews.
Job Interview Strategies: Steps for Success
Be ready for your next job interview! This tool will help you prepare and pivot as needed.
Resumes, CVs, Portfolios, and Bios, Oh My! Ways You Can Introduce Your Work Experience & Expertise
Learn the benefits of and the differences between a resume, CV, portfolio, and a professional bio.
Making Graduate School Decisions
Considering going to grad school? Follow these steps to decide which programs would be best for you.
7 LinkedIn Features to Land a New Career
Upgrade your job search by taking advantage of these LinkedIn features.
Anthropology Is a Superpower in User Experience
User experience (UX) is a field where many anthropologists have thrived. This tool will give you an overview of what anthropologists offer in this space, the methods they use, and resources to learn more.
Building a Career in Nonprofits
Curious about nonprofits? This tool will give you insight into what a career in nonprofits may include, the roles available, and the skills needed to succeed.
LinkedIn Profile Checklist: 12 Sections to Make Your Profile Stand Out
Get your LinkedIn profile in shape with this checklist.
If You’ve Got It, Flaunt It! Translating Anthropology for the Workplace
You have the skills. This tool helps you take your anthropological training or experience, understand why it matters, and translate it into language employers more often use.
Creating a Cover Letter
Stand out to employers by crafting a thoughtful and compelling cover letter. This tool lets you know what to include.
Tell a Story of Anthropology with the STAR Method
Create compelling stories showing the impact of anthropology using this STAR method.
A Brief Introduction to Conducting Focus Groups
Expand your toolkit by learning how to conduct a focus group.
Project Management Basics for Anthropologists
Effective project management is crucial for organizational success.
Six Keys for Effective Advocacy
Begin your advocacy journey with this tool.
Show Our Impact: Communicating about Anthropology to Employers
Employers want to know what it means to hire an anthropologist. This tool gives you real-life examples of how anthropologists have made an impact.
Virtual Experience: What is it? How Do You Put It on Your Resume?
Excited to learn new skills, but can’t go back to school right now? Explore these virtual learning options and learn how to add the experience to your resume.
Facilitating Successful Meetings and Events
Facilitating meetings and events is a big part of any job. This tool guides you through crafting a successful meeting or event.
Five Keys to Fundraising Success
Fundraising can be a daunting task, but this tool gives you five keys to making that ask.
Anthropologists, Meet DEI
DEI is a growing field! This tool provides DEI’s history and how anthropologists can be a great fit.
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