Next, in our Where in World series, we chatted with Jode MacKay, who is Circle CRM’s BC Senior Project Manager. Jode went away for his first field experience in southern Manitoba after his second year at University (1997). Since then, he’s been working in the field, starting as a student and then eventually moving to … Read More Where in the World With Jode MacKay
We’re putting the spotlight on beloved crew member Mackenzie Laliberte who is now undergoing his fourth season with Circle CRM. Mackenzie went to the University of Lethbridge and graduated in 2019, and is now a Field Assistant and impeccable team player. When asked what the odds were that he’d complete this Q&A, we received the … Read More Q&A With Field Assistant Mackenzie Laliberte
This is our first time hiring a non-archaeologist in-house and we are pretty excited. Please check out the job description and reach out to apply! Please include a cover letter and tell us a bit about yourself.* Job Description – Administrator *Note that only successful applications will be contacted.
We have some fresh faces that have joined the team this field season, and we’re eager to make some introductions through our signature Q&A style posts. First up, we have Georgina Covey, our Co-op student from SFU. Georgina has been a world traveller since she was a wee babe. Born in West London, UK, Georgina … Read More Budding Arcs – Q&A with Georgina
Please enjoy the first post of our newest blog series, Where in the World, where we feature members of our crew who have worked in some pretty unique places as archaeologists. First up, we picked on Erik Johannesson because we knew for a fact he’s worked in some pretty outstanding places and basically inspired this … Read More Where in the World With Erik Johannesson
For this Mother’s Day, we ask the moms on our crew to reflect on what it means to be a working mom, especially working in the field of archaeology. With having to be away from home for extended periods of time comes missed events and milestones. Cue Mom guilt. Here’s what a few of the … Read More Reflections on What It Means To Be a Working Mom in the Field of Archaeology