Created and offered by the Stephen T. Mather Training Center’s Cultural Resources Academy, this workshop gives students an opportunity to gain valuable skills essential to directing and overseeing the preservation, treatment, and maintenance of park cultural resources within a supportive environment of collaborative, interdisciplinary teamwork.
The course begins with six weeks of interactive online coursework and concludes with four days of classroom and field experience. Trainees will work in interdisciplinary teams to solve preservation and treatment challenges in a park setting. Students must participate online and attend the classroom session to receive credit for the class. The online portion of the class will be from June 15th through July 25th. The classroom session will be July 27th through 31st. This course is open to NPS employees only.