Archaeological Analytics Internship- Spring 2017, New York, NY
INTERNSHIP PROGRAM- SPRING SEMESTER, 2017
ARCHAEOLOGY FOR THE NEW DIGITAL ERA
Archaeological Analytics is a newly formed entity bringing archaeological analysis to the digital age. We specialize in digitally preservation to help archaeologists organize, archive and share artifact data. In addition to our services, we are working to build the largest digital type collection for general artifact analyses.
COLLABORATE WITH US
Our internship program is designed to collaborate with people of different academic perspectives. We are looking for undergraduates/graduates majoring in Anthropology, Archaeology, History, or Decorative Arts with an interest in studying material culture. Applicant must have a strong background in research, the ability to work independently and be comfortable using digital platforms such as cloud sharing apps and web management tools. Those who successfully complete the program will be given authorship for their contributions.
The majority of your time will be spent at the New York Public Library, Stephen A. Schwarzman Building at 476 Fifth Avenue (the corner of 42nd St and Fifth Ave). On Wednesdays, we will meet to discuss our progress as a group. Meetings will take place for approximately one hour at a local WeWork location in Midtown Manhattan.
The program will begin the week of February 5th and end the
week of April 24th. Students must be available to do research for 6 to 8 hours,
two days a week, between Monday and Friday during library hours
(10am-6pm). Of the two required days, one day will include a one hour progress
PROCESS / MANDATORY DATES
Click link to access the Spring 2017 Internship Application: https://goo.gl/forms/ArE9rodqPP92Rl2C3
Invited applicants must be available for an interview on Wednesday, January11th or Wednesday, January 18th.
Accepted applicants must be available for an all-day training session on Saturday, February 3rd, location yet determined.
Extended Application Due Date: JANUARY 6TH
GET TO KNOW ARCHAEOLOGICAL ANALYTICS
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