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

Click here for application: CASAPl16.pdf

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

Additional information about our department and programs can be found at and

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

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