2020 UC-HBCU Internship in African Diaspora Archaeology and Caribbean Cultural History
Deadline: February 1, 2020.
The UCSC Archaeological Research Center and Department of Anthropology are proud to announce the 2020 UC-HBCU Internship in African Diaspora Archaeology and Caribbean Cultural History. This course is a five-week summer training internship program designed for undergraduate HBCU students to gain field experience in interdisciplinary methods for the study of the African Diaspora in the Caribbean.
Application is restricted to students currently enrolled in a college or university that is currently designated by the U.S. Department of Education as a Historically Black College or University.
All room, board, and travel to and from the site and UC Santa Cruz is provided. Additionally, students will receive a $3000 stipend.
Please provide all information requested in subsequent pages, and upload all necessary supporting documentation when prompted. This includes:
a. A 1,000-word essay that outlines your academic background, interest in archaeology, and how this experience will contribute to your academic and career goals.
b. An unofficial transcript.
c. One letter of recommendation from a professor who can speak to your academic interests and abilities.
d. A resume/CV outlining your work experience (academic or otherwise).