Our interns will become contributing authors on the CART blog soon. Hopefully, we will also begin to incorporate volunteers who are interested in writing. Volunteers, interns and work study students are an invaluable part of our branch. The Cultural Resources Management & Protection Branch often provides opportunities within archaeological field and lab, GIS, office and computer skills as well as archaeological collections. Last month, between vacations and busy summer activities, people donated well over 200 hours of their time.
If you wish to volunteer, schedule an orientation by sending us an email. As always, volunteers are welcome to join us most Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
For an internship with the Fairfax County Park Authority, visit the FCPA county website for internship opportunities and apply online. To intern with our branch, choose one of the archaeological options or cultural resource management. Send us an email as well so we can look for your application.
Work study programs are done through individual programs. We work with a school or program in order to fulfill the parameters of the work study.
We hope to see you soon!
Related: Day of Archaeology – Interns and Work Study from CART