Comprehensive job search training for Biological Anthropologists interested in careers outside of academia.
ACE is a go-at-your-own-pace professional development course, designed to support and guide biological anthropologists through the process of applying for jobs after graduation.
communicate your unique skills to non-academic employers
manage the emotional transition from academia to the workforce
take the right action to find meaningful work beyond academia
Course e-book that specifically addresses the challenges biological anthropologists face when transitioning from school to the workforce
Confidence building “Apply It” activities guiding you to tailor your personal experiences, skills, and schooling to your job search and find meaningful work
Access to ACE Auxiliaries (videos and blog posts) to help you master the process
Access to regularly scheduled "online office hours" that provided opportunities to meet with guest speakers who hold Anthropology degrees and currently work outside of academia
Connect with mentors in virtual chats, where you'll have the opportunity to:
Hear the personal journeys of others who have of found meaningful work outside of academia
Learn how they use their anthropological knowledge, training, and experiences in their current work lives
Ask questions and discuss key topics related to managing the transition from academia to the workforce
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Our Commitment to Quality
At Prime Earth, we're proud to provide high quality educational resources at low cost to our students.
This pilot program is designed by Biological Anthropologist for Biological Anthropologists and has been peer reviewed and approved by a team of currently enrolled graduate students and recent graduates.
Program Fee = FREE
All CAPA-ACAP members are granted lifetime access to this resource free of charge. Registration via Prime Earth is required for user data collection to monitor program performance and impact.