6 Archaeology Tutors Found Near Fayetteville, NC



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Shea W.

Archaeology Tutor

Williamsburg, VA 23185

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

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Anthropology, History, Language, and a little Science

I am receiving an MA in Historic Archaeology. I am a graduate from Oberlin College. I currently am a Ph.D student in the department of anthropology at the College of William and Mary. I am interested in culture and history. Anthropology is a writing intensive program so I can help with all things that deal with how to research and write papers. Since I am in graduate school I am good at organizing and can share what I know about study skills and organizing one's life to achieve the most benefit. I am in my twenties so I still unders... [more]


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Lynn D.

Archaeology Tutor

Fayetteville, NC 28301

Will travel 12 miles

$40 per hour.

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Tutoring For The Encouragement Of Success...!

I once did volunteer work for an archaeologist. I also hold a B.S. degree in social sciences with a concentration in history. I have a great interest in this subject and have been exposed to it in a variety of settings, including my being raised on a farm and finding huge numbers of artifacts. As a result, I have done a great amount of research on my own. Dear prospective student, I am an experienced instructor who has taught in a variety of settings, both stateside and abroad. I hold a degree with a now expired stateside teaching license in Social Sciences, history, and education. I once t [more]


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Jocelyn H.

Archaeology Tutor

Wilmington, NC 28412

Will travel 20 miles

$38 per hour.

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Experienced tutor

I received a BA in classical archaeology from UNC Chapel Hill in May 2017. In pursuit of this degree, I worked as a research cartographer, conducting projects utilizing extant maps in comparison to the archaeological record. I also worked at an archaeology processing lab, in which I gained experience in cleaning, sorting, classifying, and analyzing items from a recent North American dig. I am about to begin my MA in archaeology this coming fall, focusing on Greek colonization as evident in the archaeological remains of Sicily, a research proposal of which I have already completed a good deal o [more]


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Kristy L.

Archaeology Tutor

Indian Trail, NC 28079

Will travel 30 miles

$50 per hour.

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Holistic approach to tutoring

Archaeology was my sub-field specialization within my Anthropology major. I have also taken additional Archaeology classes at the graduate level as well as attended an archaeological field during my undergrad studies. I currently work in Higher education at CPCC and have professionally mentored students at UNCC, for which I am certified. My previous employment also includes working for the Greater Enrichment after school Program in Charlotte where I aided students with their homework and assisted and lead physical education activities, arts and crafts and creative play for math, English, and s [more]


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Kyle B.

Archaeology Tutor

Mount Pleasant, SC 29466

Will travel 40 miles

$65 per hour.

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14 years teaching Latin / Google Certified Educator and Trainer

I earned a B.A. in Classical (mostly Greek and Roman) Archaeology from the University of Evansville. I also spent seasons on archaeological digs in Greece and Israel. I worked on a Bronze Age Greek site (Milos Island, Demenegaki) uncovering obsidian production sites and on a Roman era temple complex at Caesarea Maritima (the Roman capital of Judea). I am the founder of a small educational technology training and consultation company and also run personalized, web-based Latin classes for homeschool and independent learners. Before I started these endeavors, I taught Latin to middle and high [more]


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Dr. Kurt E.

Archaeology Tutor

Virginia Beach, VA 23456

Will travel 25 miles

$25 per hour.

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PhD in History, instructor, and tutor

I have taught ancient history for seventeen years and have emphasized ancient material culture and architecture. I use ancient artifacts in the classroom from time to time. I keep students up to date on the latest archaeological investigations going on throughout the world. I have been teaching history on the college level for twenty years. My goal is to help everyone I teach and tutor to understand and appreciate history. I believe I have been successful at telling the story of history in a manner that is interesting and enjoyable. I make an effort to break down difficult subjects by relati [more]