The path from college to a fruitful career in Cultural Resource Management, Historic Preservation, and Heritage Conservation can be tough and unforgiving. Fortunately, there are a number of free resources that can greatly aide your job search:
If you want to see the basic blueprint I’ve used to help dozens of job seekers (not only archaeologists), sign up for the free eBook “3 Essential Elements to a Successful Job Search.”
You can also grab a free copy of Succinct Research’s latest job search resource “The Top 5 Archaeology Job Search Resources”
You can always check out these slideshare presentations on resume-writing and job networking:
You can also join the Archaeology Careerist’s Network on LinkedIn and connect with other professional archaeologists and students from around the world. It’s also a great place to get candid exposure to insider information on the cultural resource management industry.
Finally, you can use this information to apply for jobs on any of the major archaeology, cultural resource management, and historic preservation job banks.
Archaeology Fieldwork.com— THE place for info on archaeology job openings
Shovelbums.org— Another excellent resource for archaeology jobs
PreserveNet— Historic preservation jobs and more
If you’re feeling really saucy, feel free to buy one of Succinct Research’s eBooks. They were written specifically for archaeology careerists and cultural resource management professionals.
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