Field School

Tobago, 2nd - 9th June 2019

Would love to learn more?
Please download our comprehensive info brochure:
Feel free to listen to 'The Human Show' podcast featuring our field school:
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Who is it for?
  • Professionals who are tasked to build culturally sensitive businesses and brands 
  • Students as well as junior to mid-level researchers from business and academia who are looking for a holistic learning experience in the field of 'Business Anthropology' 
  • Anyone who is interested in learning about business + anthropology in a boot camp type of setting
What is a Field School?
The purpose of the Field School is to provide participants with a mix of academic grounding in business & anthropology, hands-on experience in developing methodologies, executing ethnographic fieldwork and the opportunity to learn from international experts about topics such as digital, design, intercultural sensitivity and creativity. Professionals from China, Brazil, the US, India and Africa will share their experiences too!
Why Tobago?
Tobago is a quiet, tranquil place with welcoming locals and a vibrant culture.
 
With an international airport and a range of amenities and accommodations, it is the perfect location for our first Field School.
We are blessed to partner with Castara Retreats, a beautiful eco-resort where we will host our field school.
Attention students!
We are planning to provide 1 scholarship for a young and driven researcher who may not have the means to attend the school.
 
Pockets of Culture will waive your fees and take care of catering. Flights and accommodation are not included but we are more than happy to help organize a place for you to stay.  
If that could be you, please reach out through the contact page to learn more about the requirements.
Fees
Corporate:  3,950USD
Self-paid:    1,200USD
Student:      500USD
 
Fees include daytime catering for 7 days(breakfast, mid-morning snack, lunch, afternoon snack) and all materials.

Phone: +1 - 868 - 335 

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