All posts tagged Spring 2012
The Historical Society of Pennsylvania seeks an intern to help research and write contextual annotation for the Greenfield Digital Project, a new online historical documentary editing project. The project focuses on the early years of the Great Depression and the
SurveyLA Public Participation/Social Media Intern, Historic Resources Group/City of Los Angeles Office of Historic Resources, CA
Part-time, paid internship starting January 2012 and ending September 2012. The City of Los Angeles Office of Historic Resources (OHR) is managing SurveyLA, the Citywide Historic Resources Survey Project (www.surveyla.org). This multi-year effort is made possible through a grant
Are you interested in video production, digital media, and/or communications in the not-for profit world? Then this is for you! If your background includes any of the above, or is in a related field, then we encourage you to apply.
Work for an organization you can feel good about! The National Trust for Historic Preservation, the country’s leading non-profit dedicated to helping people save places that matter, is seeking a spring semester intern. The Public Affairs Intern will be
The upper Monongahela River Towns of Point Marion, Greensboro, Rice’s Landing, Fredericktown, and California have seen an economic decline due to the loss of industry. The Pennsylvania Environmental Council (www.pecpa.org) is developing River Town Programs to connect the towns
Are you interested in working with a nationally-known organization that is making a difference in preserving our nation’s Civil War heritage? Do you want to gain skills and knowledge about how successful non-profits raise money, and how they use that
The National Museum of American Jewish History seeks qualified candidates for a website-building internship. Previous museum experience is not required. Project to begin immediately, with website going live March 1, 2012.
Preservation Wayne is currently seeking energetic, dedicated and skilled interns for the Winter 2012 semester to assist with a variety of projects to help preserve, promote and protect the neighborhoods and structures that define Detroit.