Topic ID #38124 - posted 3/6/2017 2:31 PM

YAMA Project, Olympic College, Bremerton, Washington



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The project will attract students with the following interests: Students who seek professional training in archaeological field and laboratory methods. Students who seek training in CRM. Students needing archaeology field training for future graduate-level programs. Students who are interested in learning how archaeological data relates to behavior data. Students interested in the early immigration history of the Pacific Northwest. Students with a desire to learn about adaptation and early village life of Japanese in the US. Students interested in preservation and protection of archaeological sites. Students interested in research dealing with data collection, analysis and interpretation. Students interested in public archaeology.
Olympic College, Yama Project

Project size: 1-24 participants

Minimum Length of Stay for Volunteers: 8 weeks

Minimum age18

Experience required:

No academic experience necessary. Volunteers need to contact the Field School Director for public participation information.

Room and Board Arrangements:

Local students may reside in their own home.

Campus housing is also available:

Application fee: $150Damage Deposit: $150

$500 monthly, prorated 60 +/- days, $16.67 per day. See website for further details and application; prices subject to change. http://ocreslife.weebly.com/

Cost: Tuition cost only; Scholarships available, visit The Washboard to register and apply or contact the OC Foundation at (360) 475-7120

Academic Credit

Name of institution offering credit: Olympic College

Number of credits offered 12

Tuition: $1,174.38 (WA Resident) $1,314.40 (Non-Resident) $2,908.76 (International) *Listed tuition costs are subject to change
Contact
Field School Instructor and Director
Floyd 
Aranyosi
faranyosi@olympic.edu







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