These reputable sources offer educational enrichment opportunities.
- American Anthropological Association (AAA): the main professional organization for anthropologists in the United States. The AAA is an umbrella organization composed of many “sections,” each focusing on a particular topic.
- Association of Latina and Latino Anthropologists (ALLA)[link to new Weebly site (URL to be determined)]
- Council on Anthropology and Education (CAE): a section of AAA focusing on education.
- Great Basin Anthropological Association: promotes the study of the peoples and cultures of the Great Basin of the western United States and its relationship to adjacent regions.
- National Association for the Practice of Anthropology (NAPA): a section of AAA founded in 1983 to promote the practice of anthropology and the interests of practicing anthropologists, and to further the practice of anthropology as a profession.
- Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA): One of the two foremost professional organizations for applied anthropologists in the United States.
- Society for California Archaeology: a nonprofit scientific and educational organization dedicated to research, understanding, interpretation and conservation of the heritage of California and the regions that surround and pertain to it.
- Society of Forensic Anthropologists: a U.S.-based professional organization comprising more than 40 practicing forensic anthropologists.
- Society for Linguistic Anthropology (SLA): a section of ASS dedicated to linguistic anthropologists.
- Society for Medical Anthropology (SMA): a section of ASS dedicated to medical anthropologists.
- Coyote Press: publishers that specializes in archaeology, history, prehistory, ethnography, linguistics, rock art, and Native American studies of Western North America.