The Environmental Archaeology program counts also with the dedicated contribution of collection assistants and volunteers. They collaborate to our research projects and to the management of the environmental archaeology collection. We are currently accepting volunteers!

Environmental Archaeology Collections Assistant – (1 position)

Assistant needed for reorganization, curation, and digitization of zooarchaeological collections and archival records. Our collections are composed of modern comparative and archaeological specimens of zoological, botanical, and pedological materials from the southeastern US, Caribbean, Central and South America.

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 9-4; at least 1 hour/week

Prior training in zooarchaeology/animal skeletal anatomy is a plus, but not required. All necessary training will be provided.

Experience with Microsoft Excel, Word, and Adobe Acrobat preferred.

Please email Collection Manager Nicole Cannarozzi ncannarozzi@floridamuseum.ufl.edu if you are interested in volunteering.