Volunteers of all ages,
nationalities, and experience welcome.
Optional university credit available!
Field School Credit
This summer we begin a new excavation at Tell Abu Shusha, a medium-sized tell in the Jezreel Valley, about 25 miles southeast of Haifa. Never before has the tell itself been excavated. The 2020 season offers an exciting opportunity to explore this important yet poorly understood Roman city in the north of Israel.
Receive Decision By Email Within 10 Days!
Join Our Social Media!
Join our Facebook group “JVRP 2019” and ‘like’ the “Jezreel Valley Regional Project” Facebook page , where you can meet other volunteers, chat about this summer’s excavations, make friends, and ask advice from our experienced team members. Follow us on Twitter for exciting updates and a personal glimpse into life on a dig.
Submit Final Payment Due June 1st.
Visit the JVRP Webstore hosted by American Archaeology Abroad
Mail check payable to American Archaeology Abroad to:
American Archaeology Abroad
6862 E Tawa Street
Tucson, AZ 85715, USA
Make Travel Arrangements!
Plan on arriving in Israel by July 26 by 4pm, the dig’s start date, and departing on the dig’s end date August 13. If you want to arrive a day or two early or stay a day or two later, an additional room fee will be charged (contact us for pricing).
A bus to the kibbutz from either the bus station in Tel Aviv or Ben Gurion airport will be arranged for July 26 at 5pm. Email and Social Media will provide bus details closer to date. A bus from the kibbutz to Ben Gurion airport will be arranged for mid-morning on August 13.