Internships in CRM

As part of the CRM graduate program, students are required to complete three internship units so they may gain experience in a variety of cultural resource management settings. Internships are decided upon by discussion between the student and his or her advisor. Students will normally take both on-campus and off-campus internships. On-campus internships are available at the Anthropological Studies Center, including internships in CRM small projects management, archaeological site survey, archaeological collections management, and various others that can be arranged on a case by case basis. SSU students can also do internships at the Northwest Information Center. Off-campus internships have been done with a number of federal, state, and local agencies, as well as private companies, including those listed below:

Federal Agencies

  • National Park Service: Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Presidio of San Francisco, Yosemite National Park
  • US Army Corps of Engineers
  • USDA Forest Service: Inyo National Forest, Plumas National Forest

State Agencies

  • California State Parks: Monterey State Historic Park, Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Division, Olompali State Historic Park, Petaluma Adobe State Historic Park
  • Oregon State Parks
  • State of California Office of Historic Preservation

Municipalities

  • City of Sonoma

Nonprofits

  • California Academy of Sciences
  • Chumash Indian Museum
  • Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria
  • Glen Ellen Historic Society
  • Healdsburg Museum and Historical Society
  • Jimmy Doolittle Air and Space Museum
  • Mission San Rafael Arcangel Preservation Foundation
  • Museum of Ventura County

Private Sector Firms

  • Far Western Anthropological Research Group, Inc.
  • Pacific Legacy, Inc.

University-affiliated

  • Archaeological Research Facility, UC Berkeley
  • Cabrillo College Archaeological Field School
  • UC Santa Cruz Historical Archaeology Laboratory