I am in development with an expedition that has recently won the "Spirit Of Adventure Award" from the Captain Scott Society. Unfortunately due to funding constraints, it is not a paid internship but a great opportunity to work on an Award winning expedition and alongside great professionals crossing three different industries (Archaeology, Documentary and Adventure/ Exploration). The project has also been shortlisted by the SES (Scientific Exploration Society), shortlisted by the National Geographic Society, Finalist of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowship and will also be made into a documentary with myself presenting and award winning Filmmaker, Russ Malkin as Director.
I am looking for an Archaeology graduate to work with graduates from other universities and collaborate together on creating a world petroglyph chart. Independent participants are welcome to get involved too. This chart will then be taken out to the expedition and used to compare and analyse the petroglyphs we will study on the field. It will be great contribution to the archaeology world, with each student making their contribution in research to their assigned country as well as the wider world.
Ideally if the participants are London based, I would like to work from the Royal Geographical Society in London where I am a fellow or the work can also be done self contained after a briefing.
I would really appreciate if your graduates would be interested in helping me put this together so please feel free to distribute to anyone you think may be interested. I hope this helps and I look forward to any help you can provide with this.
Sarah Begum F.R.G.S
Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society