Fort St. Joseph Archaeology Summer Camps 

   

WMU and the City of Niles are excited to offer several summer camp programs for youth and lifelong learners, alike! These camps provide an opportunity for the public to engage in history and search for evidence at the Fort St. Joseph archeology site. Led by WMU’s Education Instructor Tim Bober, participants spend a week discovering the extensive history of FSJ and participating in onsite excavation with opportunities to wet screen, map, and analyze recovered artifacts. 

An approved continuing education program, the FSJ Lifelong Learner Camps are able to offer applicable students three (3) WMU Graduate credits, nine (9) State Board Continuing Education Units (Michigan), credits for recertification (Illinois), and/or credits applicable toward the Professional Growth Plan (Indiana). 


July 17-21- Middle School (Grades 6-8) - Click here to download application packet 

July 24-28- High School (Grades 9-12) - Click here to download application packet 

July 31-August 4 - Lifelong Learners and Educators- Click here to download application packet 
















For more information on how to get involved with the project, check out this site. 



Fort St. Joseph Archaeological Project Annual Newsletter

Click here to download the 2016 Fort St. Joseph Post newsletter