The Cultural Resources Facility (CRF) has a very active Volunteer Program. Volunteers work along-side the professional staff and faculty on a wide range of projects that providing hands-on experience. 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 CRF handle real historic artifacts from sites across the Northwestern United States. Volunteers are also eligible to take various practical workshops, provided through the CRF Workshop Program, to teach various methodologies (i.e. flintknapping). Positions for volunteers in CRF include: Cataloging, data entry, library work, and laboratory work. Volunteers can be 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
- Have an interest in anthropology, archaeology, education, and the sciences.
- Be able to work during normal operating hours (Monday-Friday 9:00AM-5:00PM).
- Have reliable transportation to and from the Laboratory.
- Be able to work a minimum of 2 hrs/week for most positions (preferred) or 5 hrs/month.
- Must work 5 hrs/month to remain active and some of the work may be done at home.
Current Active Student Volunteers:
Steps to Becoming a Volunteer
If you would like to participate as a volunteer at CRF, please fill out the CSU Volunteer Identification Form and bring it with you to the CRF office located in BSS 124.
Current Volunteer Opportunities
Click here to view current job openings for volunteers.