Archeaology Intern

Casey Catello
604 Harmony Lane
Pleasantville, CA 94588
(925) 555-1234


Junior college student with an anthropology major, emphasizing archeology, offering hands-on archeological excavation site experience working in the Central American Rain Forest with the University of Texas. Can read and communicate in Spanish. Computer skills include Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook).

Excavation field techniques include:
· Cleaning lithics and ceramics
· Utilizing the Total Data System for mapping, as well as measuring tape and compass
· Profiling
· General excavation skills


VASSAR COLLEGE, Poughkeepsie, New York
Bachelor of Arts, Anthropology / Archeology Studies, 2002
Relevant Coursework:
· Native American Civilizations - Studied Maya, Aztec, and Inca civilizations
· Archeology of Early African America - Historical archeology of early African American settlements
-Written report of site activity for a mock settlement over a 300 year time frame, describing layers, artifacts, features, and locations
· Introduction to Human Origins
· Pleio-Pleispocme Hominids - In-depth study of human evolution
· Function and Evolution of the Human Skeleton - Physical anthropology of the skeleton
· History of Anthropological Theory - Studied theorists such as Marx, Durkheim, Freud, Weber, Ruth Benedict,
-Clifford Geertz, and Franz Boas
· Myths, Rituals, and Symbols
· Anthropological Linguistics


University of Texas, Belize, Central America
Student Excavator, 2002 - Present
Selected to participate in this program. Have gained hands-on archeological field techniques and mapping skills while excavating rural settlements in the Rain Forest.

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