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Community Archaeology Program

Community Archaeology Program



SESSION I: JULY 9-13, 2018

SESSION II: JULY 16-20, 2018

kids screening
Girls Screening Photography: Jonathan Cohen.

The Community Archaeology Program (CAP) is the public outreach program of the Public Archaeology Facility (PAF) at Binghamton University. Through CAP, members of the public can learn more about archaeology, from professional archaeologists working in the field. Each year, we offer a broad array of community outreach programs specifically designed for the public.

Explore our Summer Program menu above to learn more about our week-long programs designed to teach kids (Grade 5 and 6), teens, and adults about archaeology by doing it side-by-side with professionals. You can even register for these programs online!

To learn more about archaeology, try self-guided walking tours of local history, watch videos of archaeologists at work, and more by exploring the rest of the site.

kids screening
Boys Screening Photography: Jonathan Cohen.

Last Updated: 1/23/18