This vocational unit prepares students for a career as professional archaeologists and/or anthropologists. Students visit archaeologists and anthropologists at their places of work, including: universities, government agencies, consulting firms, museums, Indigenous and heritage sectors. They get first-hand advice and instruction on vocational pathways. Students meet weekly to consider the practical, legislative and ethical aspects of archaeology and anthropology. Students receive in-seminar instruction from experts in the field in topics such as producing a CV, sitting an interview, designing an outreach activity, working with multiple stakeholders, designing an exhibition, and curating a collection.