The New Generation Special Interest Group (NGSIG) discussed these issues at the IfA Conference 2013. Thanks for finding us and joining the debate.
The New Generation Special Interest Group was formed in 2012 following a series of discussions and debates by a number of PCIfA grade members at the 2012 IfA Conference in Oxford. It became clear that there were many people within the institute, in the early stages of their careers in archaeology, who wanted to be more involved with the the institute and play a greater role within the sector as a whole.
The New Generation SIG aims to support archaeologists in the early stages of their career working in all aspects of the sector. We aim to achieve this by:
Membership of the New Generation Special Interest Group is open to anyone who is interested in the future of the archaeological profession; in sharing their wisdom, experience and skills; or in developing their own skills and career.
It is free to CIfA members. Non-members will need to pay a yearly £10 fee.
To join, please contact the CIfA office at groups [at] archaeologists.net
Colin Forrestal (Chair)
Alistair Galt (Secretary)
Rebecca Enlander (Treasurer)
Chris Chinnock (Ordinary Committee Member)
Phoebe Olsen (Ordinary Committee Member)
Li Sou (Ordinary Committee Member)
More coming soon!
The AGM was held on Wednesday 31 August. For more details please see news update below.
Delivered by Andrea Bradley, Consultant and Project Manager.
This was the first of many of our workshops that aim to provide opportunities for new starters to gain the necessary skills required for any career within the heritage sector.