Archaeological Technician Training Program
ArchaeologyExploring and navigating vanished cultures by collecting and analyzing its material remains. Not only is it a discipline that offers direct access to a wide array of people from numerous cultures across the globe and throughout human history, but one that directly connects us to the lives of our ancestors. The Archaeological Technician Training Program introduces a solid foundation in archaeology while providing the tools and hands-on experience needed to pursue a career in field research and cultural resource management.
THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL TECHNICIAN TRAINING PROGRAM - PART I WSMCE 9022 C01
2/2/21 - 4/6/2021 6 - 8 pm Newtown Campus - Lab Classes 10 Thursdays
2/420/21 - 4/8/2021 6 - 8 pm
Begin your Archaeology Career at Bucks!
Archaeological Technician Training Program is designed to offer you training in the basic practical and theoretical elements of archaeology. Nurture your passion for the past, whether in the classroom, lab, or field, this program provides you with a strong foundation for a career in field archaeology. A major asset to our program is right in your own backyard – The rich history of Bucks County.
After completion of the course, you will receive a certificate of completion from Bucks County Community College.
There will also be 2 field Trainings days: Location will be determined
Saturday, 3/27/2021, 10am - 3pm
Saturday, 4/3/2021, 10am - 3pm
Matt Bielecki is an archaeologist, historian and researcher, with archaeological experience in all stages of fieldwork, laboratory work, and technical report production encompassing the Mid-Atlantic region. Matt graduated with a BA from Pennsylvania State University, and a MA from Monmouth University. He is a member of the Lambda Alpha National Anthropology Honor Society and has presented at regional archaeological conferences. Matt’s research interests include: stone tool identification and examination with a focus on microwear analysis.
Linking to the Past A Brief Introduction to Archaeology Second Ed.
Kenneth L. Feder
Oxford University Press 2008
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Part II: Coming Spring 2021
For more information about the Archaeology Technician Training Program contact firstname.lastname@example.org