Internship: Historic Sites Architecture
Posted November 30, 2012
|Offered By||National Trust for Historic Preservation |
Washington , District of Columbia
|Salary||$7,500 total stipend|
The National Trust for Historic Preservation is pleased to offer an exciting opportunity to a recent architecture graduate with a preservation focus for a 3 month internship in the Historic Sites department working under the supervision of the Graham Gund Architect. The historic sites department stewards the restoration, rehabilitation and preservation projects at the Trust’s twenty-seven historic sites nationwide.
The internship will be offered between the months of January and April, 2013.
- Tasks include condition assessments, code review, technical research, material conservation methods, preventive and corrective maintenance, graphic design, contract documents, bidding and negotiation practices, contractor selection, job site administration, and distribution of grant funds for various projects.
- The internship offers an exceptional change to be actively engaged with the forefront of historic preservation and building stewardship.
- Motivated and energetic applicants with an architecture degree (B.S or M.S) and a Master of Science/Master of Arts in Historic Preservation or a Master of Science in Architecture with a preservation concentration are encouraged to apply.
- Candidates who work well with other people and capable of large work output over a short time-span and possess strong professional interest in historic preservation are encouraged to apply for this valuable opportunity.
Candidates must be competent in AutoCad, Indesign and Microsoft Office.
How to Apply
To apply, please include a cover letter in the body of a message and email your resume as a Word, PDF or Text document to 105884-CSfirstname.lastname@example.org.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation an equal opportunity organization and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, or disability. The National Trust for Historic Preservation actively seeks opportunities to include members of these groups in its programs and activities.