Amber Miller (BA Sociology 2007)

"Arts & Economic Prosperity III: The Economic Impact of Nonprofit Arts and Culture Organizations and Their Audiences in Humboldt County, CA."

Amber Miller coordinated the Humboldt County social research team for this project and compiled county level data for integration into this national report. Amber worked in a law office after graduation and in 2008 entered law school at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon.


Institutes & Research Opportunities

Real world experience is an essential part of your sociological education at Humboldt State. Both our undergraduate and graduate students are actively involved faculty research and social action projects, many of which are linked with community organizations and government agencies.

Talk to Sociology faculty members about their work. Consider asking if you can volunteer as a research assistant or a program assistant on social action projects. Many times volunteer work provides a pathway for paid opportunities in the future. Read faculty biographies and talk to your advisor to identify potenial work that matches your interests and goals.

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