American Academy in Rome
• Classical Summer School (Rome and environs): "This six-week program is designed to provide qualified graduate students, mature undergraduates, and middle school, high school, and two-year college teachers with a well-founded understanding of the growth and development of the city of Rome through a careful study of material remains and literary sources." Find out how to apply here.
• Summer Seminars (Rome): The AAR generally offers shorter intensive programs (five days through four weeks) on topics relating to epigraphy, digital humanities, and archaeological specializations. Such opportunities can be found as they arise under the sidebar on the Classical Summer School page here.
• Winter School in Latin Paleography and Codicology (Rome): Starting in 2018, this two-week intensive program is a biennial collaboration between the AAR, the University of Notre Dame, and the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana. Look for information on future iterations here.
American Numismatic Society
• Eric P. Newman Graduate Seminar in Numismatics (New York City): "The rigorous eight-week course taught by the museum staff, guest lecturers and a visiting scholar introduces students to the methods, theories and history of the discipline. The seminar is meant primarily for those with limited or no numismatic background in order to familiarize students of (art) history, textual studies, and archaeology with a body of evidence that is often overlooked and poorly understood." Find out how to apply here.
The American School of Classical Studies at Athens
• Summer Session (Athens and locations throughout Greece): An annual six-week intensive program that is based in central Athens but involves travel throughout mainland Greece and Crete, structured via site visits and daily lectures by experts in the field (and participants) that focus on Greek history, archaeology, and culture. Additional information on the Summer Session is here.
• Summer Seminars (Athens and in situ): In 2017, the ASCSA began offering two-week intensive seminars on various specialized topics which involve site visits and daily lectures by experts. Find out details here.
• Summer Volunteer Program (Athenian Agora): Each year the ASCSA offers housing and a small stipend to approximately 35 student volunteers who assist in the ASCSA excavations at the Athenian Agora. Seasonal specifics can be found here.
• Gennadius Library Medieval Greek Summer Session (Athens): This is a month-long biennial program focusing on Byzantine texts via intensive instruction and visits to local museums and libraries. More information here.
American Society of Papyrologists
• Summer Institutes (Location varies): ASP offers intensive summer programs in papyrology of 4-6-weeks. The location rotates among institutions, and each year there is a different thematic focus based upon the interests of the host institution and the guest professors. More information can be found here.
Beth Mardutho: The Syriac Institute
• Summer Language Courses (Piscataway, NJ, and Cambridge, UK): The Syriac Institute offers Syriac at the introductory, intermediate, and advanced levels. Find out more information here.
The British School at Athens
• Postgraduate Courses (Athens): The BSA offers two-week intensive introductions on a biennial basis on topics including epigraphy, numismatics, Linear B, and pottery. Find out this year's offerings here.
British School at Rome
• Postgraduate Course in Roman Epigraphy (Rome): The BSR offers this biennial intensive eight-day course which "explores the uses of epigraphy as a source in various formats and contexts considering how writing is presented in the ancient and modern landscapes." Find out upcoming dates here.
• NYU runs various excavations through the Department of Classics, the Institute of Fine Arts, and the Institute for Study of the Ancient World that may be of interest to graduate students in Classics, who would benefit from reaching out to the field directors of each site to find out if there are volunteer opportunities for upcoming seasons.
The Ohio State University Center for Epigraphical and Palaeographical Studies
• Summer Epigraphy Course (Columbus, OH): Every other summer the Center offers an intensive two-week introduction to the fundamentals and applications of epigraphy. Stay tuned here for information on future courses.
Society for Classical Studies
• Seminar on Material Culture (Location varies): Starting in 2016, the SCS began offering 6-week seminars in topics relating to material culture, with the goal of familiarizing historians and philologists with archaeological materials. Information about the current program can be found here.