Internships provide valuable opportunities that allow you to acquire first-hand knowledge and grow your professional skill set. They also offer a chance to build your resume and network with professionals in various archaeological disciplines. Field work with other professionals is one of the most important ways to learn how to be an archaeologist. Internships also play a vital role in helping you find exciting and rewarding positions after finishing your undergraduate degree. We will be developing our internship program with a few new opportunities, so stay tuned for updates!
If you're interested in the internship, contact our Internship Coordinator Dr. Rask.
Our archaeology internship takes place at local archaeological firm, Christine Davis Consultants. Christine and her team have excavated in and around Pittsburgh for over two decades, digging everything from Native American villages to Three PNC Plaza.
Classics major Jacqueline Patterson
holds a piece of glass while surveying the
Jeanette Glass Factory in the fall, 2017
Christine Davis Consultants, housed in a restored
19th century mill. (Verona,PA)
Watch this video to learn more about what Christine Davis Consulting discovered under the PNC Plaza site!
Digital Humanities at Duquesne
We are currently developing an in-house digital humanities internship right here at Duquesne. Check back for updates soon!