Webinar: Doing Cultural Resource Management (CRM) Your Way
Date: March 25, 2021
Doing Cultural Resource Management (CRM) Your Way
Most graduates of archaeology programs find their way into CRM. Employed by government agencies, private-sector CRM businesses, and tribal governments, these professionals apply their archaeological, ethnohistorical, and archival skills to shed light on cultures of the past. Their clients range from local community groups to firms to tribes and beyond, necessitating that they be able to develop rapport quickly, collaborate effectively, and produce customized reports and other digital materials. Presenters describe the work they do, the path leading into it, what they find satisfying about their employment, and any useful tips and preparation for getting into CRM.
- Presenters: Dennis Griffin and Misty Jackson, followed by Q&A
- Coordinator: Johnda Washington
- Organizer: Elizabeth Briody