American Anthropological Association is a professional organization for anthropologists and students to come together and focus on human advancements. This organization was founded in 1902 and since then has become a leading organization to promote research, educational events and scholarly opportunities. Also, anthropologists and anthropology students can find how to cite sources based on the AAA publishing style.
Archaeology in the Community is an organization that was founded in 2006 by Dr. Alexandria Jones, archaeologist and educator that wanted to bring archaeology to the community. Their mission is to promote and facilitate the study and understanding of archaeology. They offer educational programs, professional development opportunities and information on community events. The archaeological activities & worksheets for K-12 and training for educators are great resources for community & cultural engagement.
“An online companion to the award-winning documentary series by California Newsreel discussing the origins, beliefs and consequences of what we call race”
Archaeological community has joined to put together a list of educational resources for teachers & students.
Dig Ventures is an archaeological platform based out of the UK that brings the experience of archaeology to everyone by crowdfunding archaeological and heritage projects. Since their inception in 2012, they have run over 40 projects and established a digital team to make projects available virtually. *Check out their online courses. Currently hosting a virtual Dig Ventures “How to do Archaeology” 6-week field school.