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DEPARTMENT OF Anthropology and Sociology

Take a break from your books.

Studying and taking tests is important, but so is going beyond the classroom to maximize your college experience. Check out the options you have to make the most of your time at Purdue Fort Wayne.

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Jobs and Internships

Opportunities for experience—and some extra spending cash.

Whether you’re looking for a part-time job on campus or a full-time job after graduation, we have lots of options.


Internships come in two flavors: paid and unpaid. Check out what’s available now and look back often for more opportunities. 


Student Organizations

Alpha Kappa Delta International Sociology Honor Society

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To investigate humanity for the purpose of service.

If you’re a junior or senior sociology major with at least a 3.0 GPA, you’re eligible to join this honor society.

Anthropology Club

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Enjoy lunch and listen to a lecture.

Perhaps best known for its weekly lunchtime lecture series, this club also hosts other events and trips that stimulate and encourage interest and involvement in anthropology.

Lambda Alpha National Anthropology Honor Society

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Acknowledging and rewarding academic excellence.

If you’re an anthropology major or minor with at least a 3.0 GPA, you’re eligible to join this honor society.

Sociology Student Association

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Support and camaraderie.

Explore sociology and get support from your fellow sociology peers by joining this club.
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Study Abroad

Let the world be your classroom.

Your college experience is special—and uniquely yours. Imagine enhancing it by taking your studies overseas. Living and learning in a different country will foster both your independence and your personal development. Through this experience, and the knowledge you’ll gain living like a local, you’ll emerge with a new perspective.