Topic ID #38584 - posted 8/9/2017 12:17 PM

Soon to be MA, has experience in PNW and southeast, willing to relocate


I will graduate in December and am job hunting. Just to clarify, I'm finished with my classwork and am available for jobs by October.

Caroline Herritt


Master of Arts in Anthropology, 2015-                                                                              University of Idaho Moscow, Idaho

Bachelor of Arts in History and Anthropology, 2009 - 2013

Goucher College - Baltimore, Maryland

 Relevant Experience





Archaeological Field Technician- NorthWind Resource Consulting (Phoenix, AZ)

September 2017-

Responsible for performing pedestrian surveys under a variety of field conditions and recording prehistoric and historic period archaeological sites of varying complexity

Social Media Administrator for Idaho Archaeological Society
- (Boise, ID)

April 2017-

Responsible for social media and public outreach for IAS

 Field Lab Director for the James Castle House Archaeological Project- (Boise, ID)

October 2016-October 2016, Principal Investigator: Dr. Mark Warner

Responsible for overseeing the processing of archaeological data and aided in archaeological excavation


Student at University of Virginia-Monticello Archaeological Field School – (Charlottesville, VA)

June 2014-July 2014, Director: Dr. Fraser Neiman

Learned basic archaeological field and laboratory techniques while excavating the Joiner’s Shop on Mulberry Row at Monticello


Intern at George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate, Museum & Gardens – (Alexandria, VA)

March 2013 - October 2013

Transcribing and editing 18th century shop accounts using Microsoft Excel for the Glassford and Henderson Transcription Project


Volunteer at Howard County Historical Society(Ellicott City, MD)

June 2012 - August 2012

Assisting visitors with research and assisted with various archival projects for the Historical Society


Volunteer at Frederick County Historical Society(Frederick, MD)

June 2010 - August 2010

Working with various archival projects in the library for the Historical Society


Tutor at Upward Bound at Morgan State University(Baltimore, MD)

September 2009 - May 2010

Tutoring high school age students in English and History


Intern at The Fairfield Foundation(White Marsh, VA)

June 2009 - July 2009

Excavating an 18th and 19th century plantation in Virginia

Cleaning and organizing artifacts for future display


Technical and Specialized Skills


ArcGIS software, PastPerfect software, social media, word processing software (including Microsoft Access), Spanish (working proficiency)

Other Experience

Research Assistant at the Social Science Research Unit at University of Idaho(Moscow, ID)

July 2016- November 2016

Conducted phone interviews for various studies on behalf of government entities


Data Entry Clerk at Wonder Book & Video(Frederick, MD)

September 2014-June 2015

Entering raw product data into Indaba software in order to list items on online marketplaces such as Amazon.


Fruit Expert at Edible Arrangements(Woodbine, MD)

October 2013 – May 2014

Crafting fruit arrangements for delivery and pick-up.

Customer service; including taking orders via phone, Internet, and in-store, and answering customer inquiries


Pollster at Goucher College (Baltimore, MD)

October 2012 - October 2012

Assisting in conducting a telephone poll for the Sarah T. Hughes Field Politics Center at Goucher College


Professional Organizations

Idaho Archaeological Society 2015-current, Association for Washington Archaeology 2015-2017

Professional Development


Attendee, Idaho’s Heritage Conference- September 2015, Attendee, Northwest Anthropology Conference- March 2016, Attendee, Northwest Anthropology Conference-April 2017



“Bar Hopping as Praxis: The Bovill Run as Orality and Folklore.” Herritt, Caroline, Daniel J.

Polito, and Renae J. Campbell. Poster presentation at Northwest Anthropology Conference in Tacoma, WA.

March 2016


“Consumer Culture and Colonialism: Archaeology of Contact in the Northwest.” Herritt, Caroline. Paper presentation at Northwest Anthropology Conference in Spokane, WA.

April 2017


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