Sociology and Anthropology degrees prepare you for employment in a number of different fields. As a prospective employee, you need to explain how your course work, community service, inter-personal skills, and research experiences fit employers' needs. We strongly recommend that you complete an internship, conduct research with our faculty, and volunteer in the community. These enriching experiences will help you apply what you have learned in the classroom and give you professional contacts who can help you find work.
Careers in Sociology
The American Sociological Association recently published a report on careers in sociology (PDF).
Students who want to work for the county or state government must apply through the PA Civil Service page.
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Some of the Employers That Have Hired Our Graduates
- Analytic Sciences, Inc.
- Central PA AAA
- Boys and Girls Club of Lancaster County
- Home Depot Central Office
- Lancaster County District Attorney's Office/Victim Witness Unit
- Lancaster County Public Assistance Office
- Lancaster County Probation and Parole Office
- Federal Bureau of Investigation
- City of Reading Police Department
- Manheim Township Police Department
- City of Lancaster Police Department
- Lycoming College
- Manos House
- Millersville University
- Milton Hershey School
- PA Board of Probation and Parole
- Penn Manor School District
- Penn State - Lehigh Valley Campus
- Schreiber Pediatric
- Bureau of Diplomatic Security (U.S. Department of State)
- Harrisburg Area Community College
- Lancaster CareerLink
- Lancaster Juvenile Probation Office
- Pennsylvania Attorney General
- Pennsylvania Counseling Services
- Pennsylvania State Police
- School District of Lancaster
- Secret Service
- T. W. Ponessa, Inc.
- Youth Advocate Program, Inc.
- Youth Intervention Center
The Archaeology program at Millersville University is dedicated to learning and understanding the role that Lancaster County and Colonial Pennsylvania played in the context of the larger colonial Atlantic World by way of ethical archaeological excavation, historical analysis and documentary research.