The editors of Biblical Archaeology Review may be able to help…
GREAT SUMMER OPPORTUNITY!
New Dig Site Lets Volunteers “Spend Your Summer in the Past”
A unique new Web site, http://findadig.com, provides visitors with everything they need to know about volunteering at more than two dozen archaeological excavations in the Middle East and Europe. The new Web site has been created by the editors of Biblical Archaeology Review (BAR), the most popular magazine in its field.
* In-depth descriptions of more than 30 sites currently undergoing excavation
* The historical and Biblical significance of each site
* Descriptions of how volunteers will help at the site of their choice
* Profiles of the dig directors
* Essays by winners of scholarships provided by the Biblical Archaeology Society, which enabled them to join a dig this past summer. Application forms for 2008 scholarships are available on the site.
Participating in a dig requires no previous experience; all that is needed is an enthusiasm for the adventure of digging up the past.
Visitors to findadig.com can also order a free e-book, I Volunteered for This?!, an informative, amusing and sometimes touching collection of articles by dig volunteers culled from BAR. Isn’t working on a dig site a dirty and sweaty job? It sure is! But people wouldn’t trade it for anything. Almost everyone who has been part of an archaeological excavation describes it as the experience of a lifetime.
Visit http://findadig.com to see why.