The Education webpage contains information about academic courses in cultural heritage management and preservation, military training programs, US and non-US governmental educational and training programs, and volunteer opportunities to learn cultural property protection techniques and processes in the field and in the laboratory. Anyone who would like to see a program listed should contact Laura Childs, firstname.lastname@example.org, with details to post online.
Academic Degree Programs
Association for Research into Crimes Against Humanity: NEW! Scholarships for military reservists and military-affiliated civilians
Johns Hopkins University, MA in Cultural Heritage Management
The National Institute for Conservation/Heritage Management. Online courses for emergency management for cultural heritage managers
Catholic University of America: Dept. of Library and Information Science. Course of Study in Cultural Heritage Information Management
Centennial College: Cultural and Heritage Site Management
University of Minnesota, Dept. of Anthropology, MA in Cultural Heritage Management
Military Training Programs
US Government, Non-Military Training Programs
US Dept. of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, EducationUSA Centers
US National Park Service, Heritage Education Services
Smithsonian Institute: Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage
US Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Heritage Education
Non-US Government, Non-Military Training Programs
UNESCO. “Training Manual for the UNESCO Foundation Course on Protection and Management of Underwater Cultural Heritage in Asian and the Pacific.” 2012.
Volunteer Opportunity Programs
The following programs offer opportunities to act as a volunteer to learn about applying cultural property protection techniques and processes in the field and the laboratory.
See the Archaeological Fieldwork Opportunities Bulletin (AFOB) to find hundreds of archaeological organizations and digs looking for volunteers.
UNESCO Work Heritage Volunteers Program