This is the place to find out the latest developments in the AVP. Find out what new archaeological discoveries have been made, and find out how to volunteer for an archaeological investigation.
Sunday, December 29, 2013
To make it easier to support the Allegheny Valley Project, we've installed a "Donate" button in the upper right side of the page. The button provides a secure transaction environment powered by PayPal, and you can use most major credit cards or a PayPal account. Your donations help us purchase supplies for archaeological activities, pay for research expenses such as radiocarbon dating, and pay for overhead costs involved in day-to-day operations. If your donation is $15 or more, you will be counted as a Supporting Member. Donations of $50 or more will receive an electronic receipt to print out for tax purposes. We welcome business sponsors as well. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, comments or directions concerning your donation (if you want to fund a particular activity, for example). Ask to be put on our email and/or paper mailing list to receive the AVP newsletter. To all of our current and future Supporting Members: your support is greatly appreciated! Remember, the AVP is a 501(c)3 charitable organization, so your donation is tax deductible.
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Thursday, December 5, 2013
The Allegheny Valley Project now has a new email address! To contact us for any reason, email email@example.com .
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Monday, December 2, 2013
SUNY JCC Field School 2014 Information
The 2014 field school runs during the second summer session (begins July 14 and runs to August 8), and is worth 3 credit hours at SUNY JCC. The course title is ANT 8509, and the Course Registration Number (CRN) is 4113. Forms can be found at http://www.sunyjcc.edu/files/registrationforms_summer2014.pdf . Registration is open from January 2 until July 3. Tuition for this year is $528 for NYS residents (be sure to submit the residency form), and $1056 for non-resident students.
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