Antonio J. Waring, Jr. Archaeological Laboratory
Lewis H. Larson, Jr. Volunteer Program
The Lewis H. Larson, Jr. Volunteer Program is a very active program. Volunteers work along-side the professional staff and faculty in the Anthropology Department and the Waring Laboratory on a wide range of projects that providing hands-on experience. Volunteers can work with Physical Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology, Anthropological Archaeology, BAFAL Laboratory, and in multiple facets of the Waring Laboratory. If you are interested in anthropology, like to organize, teach, work with computers, and meet new people, then volunteering might be for you! Volunteers at the Waring Laboratory handle real artifacts from sites across the Southeastern United States. Volunteers are also eligible to take various practical workshops, provided through the Larson Volunteer Program, to teach methods of Curation and Excavation. Additionally, the Lewis H. Larson, Jr. Medal Reward Program offers incentives and allows the staff to thank volunteers for their work invested.
Who Can Volunteer
The Larson Volunteer Program is divided into Junior Volunteer (ages 10-17) and Senior Volunteer(ages 18-up). Volunteers can be students (secondary education or college students) and members of the local community. Whether you are still in school, in college, or just seeking a chance to further develop your skills, volunteering might be for you.
Requirements to Volunteer
Steps to Becoming a Volunteer
Current Volunteer Opportunities
Click here to view current job openings for volunteers.