Anthropology

Clubs and Associations

CAMP (Careers in Anthropology Mentoring Program)

Camp Site:
California State University, Northridge (CSUN)
Camp Coordinator: TBD.

What is CAMP?

CAMP is a career-oriented mentoring program for anthropology students established in Spring, 2002 at California State University, Northridge (CSUN). CAMP provides students with a forum for learning about and preparing for a variety of career options related to anthropology.

How can I sign up for CAMP?
To become a CAMP member (membership is free), please email (pending) In the subject line of the email, please write 'Sign Me
Up for CAMP'. In the body of the email, please include your name, student status and major at CSUN, expected graduation date, interests in anthropology, and specific career questions or interests that would like to see addressed in CAMP programs.

Please also indicate whether you want to receive CAMP email list updates (list identities will be suppressed) while the CAMP website is still under construction. A person from the Anthropology Department will confirm receipt of your email and add you to the CAMP email list. If you sign up to be on the CAMP email list, you will receive periodic announcements of anthropology-related job leads, career workshops, and highlights from the CAMP newsletter.

What will I do at CAMP?

As a CAMPer, you will have the opportunity to participate in CAMP career workshops, join the CAMP Mentor Match Program, follow up CAMP job leads, and learn new job skills. In the future, CAMP members will be able to access the CAMP Mentor Match Program, Job Listings, and Discussion Board on line. Contact the CSUN Anthropology Department at 1-818-677-3331 for a listing of upcoming 
CAMP events.

We look forward to having you in CAMP!

Anthropology Student Association (ASA)

Asa Logo - Drawn handThe Student Anthropology Association sponsors both social and academic activities.