AMCULT 388 - Field Study
Section: 001
Term: SS 2010
Subject: American Culture (AMCULT)
Department: LSA American Culture
1 - 4
With permission of instructor.
Advisory Prerequisites:
Sophomore standing.
Mandatory credit/no credit.
May not be repeated for credit.

The Latina/o Studies Program in American Culture is offering one internship with a new community/university partnership: The Latino Museum and Cultural Center Project. Internship contingent on an interview with Professor Maria Cotera and Project Coordinator Aimee Von Bokel. For more information on this internship opportunity, you can contact Professor Maria Cotera at

The ideal intern has taken at least one course in Latina/o Studies, American Culture, or related civil rights issues. The work for this project will take place at UM and in Southwest Detroit, so students interested in this opportunity should have access to reliable transportation. Students can sign up via AMCULT 388.160 for 2 credits (6 hours of work per week), 3 credits (9 hours of work per week), or 4 credits (12 hours of work per week) during Winter and Spring/Summer terms. Please note that the number of hours per credit are doubled during the Spring and Summer terms. Mandatory credit/no credit determined based on written comments on the student's performance submitted to the faculty advisor by Aimee VonBokel, the project coordinator, as well as a short report written by the student and submitted to Maria Cotera, the faculty advisor.

This opportunity is intended to enrich students' academic experience and allow for the exploration of career options related to Latina/o Studies.

AMCULT 388 - Field Study
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