Have you already graduated or are planning to graduate Spring 2018? Looking for an internship for Summer 2018? Are you interested in cross-cultural research?
The Human Relations Area Files (HRAF) at Yale University is pleased to announce a competitive one-year cross-cultural research internship in Melvin Ember‘s name. The selected intern will learn about cross-cultural research through hands-on experience at the historical HRAF building on the Yale University campus.
The internship will reimburse expenses (living, meals, and miscellaneous expenses) in the amount of $400 per week for approximately 50 weeks beginning late June or early July of 2018, based on a 37.5 hour week.
- plan on graduate study in anthropology or a closely related field;
- can perform statistical analyses (with at least one formal statistics course), and
- have accomplished academic records particularly in their major field and/or anthropology courses.
Instructions to Applicants
Deadline: April 1 2018
To apply, send electronic applications (subject line Melvin Ember internship) to Carol R. Ember (firstname.lastname@example.org), President, Human Relations Area Files, to be received by the end of the day on April 1, 2018.
To apply, please include:
A cover letter that summarizes your interests and skills (particularly any methodological skills) and discusses why you are interested in the internship.
An unofficial transcript (an official transcript will be requested for those who make the short list), and
The names of three people willing to write on your behalf.
Candidates who make the short list will be interviewed by telephone or teleconference in April.