The Archaeology Dept. of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History will offer two paid internship opportunities for undergraduate Archaeology students this summer.  Both are eight-week programs that provide training in field archaeology and lab analysis.  This year we will return to the Burrell Orchard site where we have discovered evidence of 4,000-year old prepared clay floors within a two-acre Late Archaic period settlement in Lorain County, Ohio.  

Information on the Cleveland Archaeological Society internship, which provides advanced training for an undergraduate student, can be found at

http://classics.case.edu/cleveland-archaeological-society/internship/

Click here for application: CASAPl16.pdf

The second opportunity is the Kirtlandia Research Internship which is described at

https://www.cmnh.org/c-r/kirtlandia-research-internship.   

Additional information about our department and programs can be found at https://www.cmnh.org/c-r/archaeology and https://www.cmnh.org/blog?filter=Archaeology.

Questions should be directed to Dr. Brian Redmond This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..