Join us this summer for a 6-week ethnographic field school around beautiful Lake Atitlan in Guatemala! CSUDH is collaborating with Dr. Tim Wallace’s (NCSU) established Guatemala Field School this summer to teach students how to design, conduct, and report on ethnographic research. With more and more employers looking for skill sets that include experience in qualitative research, interviewing, observation, and other ethnographic techniques, this opportunity is truly an investment in your future.

Students live with families in one of 15 Maya communities around the lake.

Students learn to design, conduct, and report on independent research

Students learn through cultural immersion

Service learning opportunities are available

Perfect for anthropology majors as well as students majoring in Environmental Studies, Latin American Studies, Spanish, Peace Studies, Social Work, and many more!

6 units of upper division Anthropology credit

Applications are available now and are due March 1st. Applications received after the due date will be reviewed on a rolling basis as space permits. Get yours in now!