Volunteer Application

Volunteer Application
Areas of Interest (select all that apply)

Are you interested in becoming a certified volunteer? ARI certified volunteers go through educational training similar to our interns so that they can work directly with the public and independently. Most certifications have the following requirements: 40 hours minimum volunteer hours, required readings, sign-offs on skills by staff archaeologists, personal projects and a registration fee.

Check if you would like to learn more about our certifications:

Contact Information:

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Preferred Method of Contact
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Emergency Information:

Emergency Contact Information:

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What is your availability to volunteer?
Employer, Employer Address, Employer Phone, Employer Contact, Occupation
Education Information
Highest level of Education Completed:
List any certificates you have completed
Skills and qualifications can be acquired through employment, previous volunteer work, or other activities such as hobbies or sports.
Purpose for Volunteering: (Select all that apply)
Statistics (Optional): Please help us track this information for our grants and audits (no identifying information will be released).
Race/Ethnicity

LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT STATEMENT:

The Archaeological Research Institute (ARI) recognizes that the land we study and steward is the homeland of many peoples. We acknowledge the myaamia (Miami), Shawanwa (Shawnee), Peewaalia (Peoria), Kiikaapoi (Kickapoo) and the multitude of nations who call this their homelands.  

ARI recognizes the violence inflicted upon the indigenous Nations of the Ohio Valley, including their forced removal following treaties such as Fort Finney and Greenville. ARI condemns the intentional destruction of their languages and cultures. ARI condemns the continuous discrimination against the living Native peoples throughout the United States.  

ARI recognizes that these peoples are not of the past, but are vibrant living nations. ARI recognizes that Native Americans are a diverse, resilient people with a deep enduring history worth knowing.  In that light ARI extends our respect to all Native peoples both past and present.  

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