Funded internship opportunity at the Meillionydd excavation

As part of the Bangor University Undergraduate Internship Scheme 2014-15 the School of History, Welsh History and Archaeology offers an internship at the excavations conducted for The Meillionydd Project from 01-29/06/2014 at the double ringwork enclosure of Meillionydd, near Rhiw, on the Llŷn peninsula in northwest Wales.

The intern will participate in the Meillionydd excavation as full member of the team during the first half of the 2015 season. The internship covers 150 hours of paid work. During this time the intern will not only gather basic fieldwork experience but also undergo supervisor training by being introduced to and taking over various officer roles on site.

Accommodation, food and transport to and from the excavation near Rhiw on the Llyn peninsular as well as to site are provided free of charge.

Details of internship opportunities as part of the Bangor University Undergraduate Internship Scheme 2014-15 can be found on the Bangor Employability Award website. Students can hand in their applications until 12pm on Wednesday, 22/04/2015.

For further information on the Meillionydd Project please visit the website.

Publication date: 20 April 2015