Approximate Date of Posting: March 3, 2017
A complete list of available positions can be found at the NCPE PreserveNet web site at http://www.preservenet.cornell.edu/employ/ncpe.php and at the NPS Internship Program site at http://www.nps.gov/tps/education/internships.htm .
Location: Various locations throughout the United States
Company/Organization National Park Service.U.S. Department of the Interior
Time Frame: This notice covers the period June through December 2017
Usually ten weeks
Compensation Stipends range from a total of $4800 for shorter positions and up for longer-term positions
Source: Technical Preservation Services https://www.nps.gov/tps/education/internships.htm
The Historic Preservation Internship Training Program trains our future historic preservation professionals.
Under a Cooperative Agreement between the National Council for Preservation Education (NCPE) and the National Park Service, internships are being offered for highly qualified undergraduate seniors and graduate students pursuing a degree in historic preservation or a closely allied field, such as anthropology, archeology, architectural history, architecture, ethnography, history, landscape architecture, museum studies, and planning. Very recent graduates are also eligible. NCPE is a national, non-profit organization representing over fifty institutions regularly involved in historic preservation education at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Interns will be under the direction of one of many professionals in the NPS and partnering agencies in various locations.
The internship program offers undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to gain practical experience in cultural resource management programs in the National Park Service headquarters, field offices, and parks, and in other federal agencies.
Working under the direction of experienced historic preservation professionals, students undertake short-term research and administrative projects.
Students learn about and contribute to the national historic preservation programs and the federal government’s preservation and management of historic properties.
The short-term internships are available in the summer and during the school year. The internship program is operated jointly with the National Council for Preservation Education.
Please contact Paloma Bolasny by email or phone at (202) 354-2174 for more information.
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