Archaeology Institute at the Wakefield Estate

  • January 1 2030

  • Rolling deadlines, apply soon when you're ready!

  • 9th - College

Description

The Summer Archaeology Institute is a hands-on archaeological excavation at the historic Wakefield Estate in Milton, MA, one of only a few programs of its type in the country. The institute is specifically designed for high school and college students interested in learning about local history and archaeology.

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Participants will work side by side with graduate archaeology students from UMass Boston. Each two-week session offers students a hands-on introduction to the field of archaeology through participation in an actual excavation on site at the estate. To read about some of the past discoveries, check the news archive on our website. 2019 Dates: Schedule Session I: July 8 – July 19; Monday-Friday 9:00am - 3:00pm Session II: July 22 – August 2; Monday-Friday, 9:00am - 3:00pm Program Description To apply, download the application: https://wakefieldtrust.org/images/stories/Archaeology_Institute_App2019.doc

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Opportunity Specifications

Listing Type:

Summer Program

Category:

Academic

Sub Categories:

Archeology,Enrichment,History,Middle & High School,Pre-College,STEM

Overnight Option:

Day

Entering Grades:

9th,10th,11th,12th,College,PG

Ages:

14,15,16,17,18,19

Session Length:

Two Weeks

Session Start:

July

Application Deadline:

6/15/2019

Application Fee:

$300

Financial Aid:

Grants/Scholarships


Opportunity Information

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Application Deadline

Rolling deadlines, apply soon when you're ready!

Location

Milton, MA

Starts

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Financial AID

Grade Levels

9th / 10th / 11th / 12th / PG / College

Last Updated on

June 26 2019

Opportunity Types

Summer Program


Important Dates

Start Date

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End Date

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Deadline Date

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Session

No multiple sessions
Categories

Causes, Community and Social Justice

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