Join Foothill College students and faculty on the front lines of archaeology and applied cultural anthropology in the Ecuadorian Andes for exciting archaeology and cultural experiences this summer (June 30-Aug. 3). No prior experience in anthropology is necessary.
Free Orientation Sessions & Slideshow
Learn how you can earn college units and participate in Foothill's Anthropology Abroad Field School by attending a free orientation session Wednesday, Feb. 6. In addition to featuring a slideshow, each orientation session includes program curriculum, costs and travel details. All orientations meet at noon and again at 6 p.m. in Room 3103. For convenience, orientation sessions will be repeated March 6. You need only attend one session. Admission is free and the public is invited; parking is $3.
2013 Foothill College Ecuador Program Profile
The five-week Foothill College Anthropology Abroad Field School in Ecuador offers students of all ages and experiences the rare opportunity to work side by side on an ongoing, multi-year research project exploring Inca and Pre-Inca cultures and civilizations in addition to modern-day issues affecting the indigenous communities of the Ecuadorian Andes. No prior experience in anthropology is necessary. You can earn 12 units of college credit in an exciting program that includes field work, cultural excursions, lectures, coursework and service learning projects. The Summer 2013 program dates are June 30-Aug. 3.
Parking Lot 3 provides closest access to Room 3103. Visitors must purchase the required campus parking permit for $3. Purchase permit at dispensers in any student lot. Dispensers accept one-dollar bills and quarters. Foothill College is located off I-280 on El Monte Road in Los Altos Hills. For additional information, access www.foothill.edu.
For more information, review Foothill's Ecuador Program website, or call or e-mail Foothill College Anthropology Instructor Kathryn Maurer, Ph.D., (650) 949-7751.