Research Intern, Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation (New York, NY)
Contributed By: Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation
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The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation was founded in 1980 to preserve the architectural heritage and cultural history of Greenwich Village and the East Village. Its programs include:
- Educational outreach in the form of public lectures, tours, exhibitions and publications, and a school program that teaches children about Greenwich Village history and architecture;
- Preservation leadership on such issues as preservation of the Village waterfront and expansion of the Greenwich Village Historic District;
- Preservation projects that promote and understanding of the Village's historic importance, such as the Greenwich Village Preservation Archive and Oral History Project.
Position: Research Intern
Type: Internship Opportunity
Location: New York, NY
The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation is offering internships to college students with an interest in historic preservation, urban studies, New York City/Greenwich Village history, and/or architecture. Interns must be detail oriented and responsible. Interns typically work on researching historic buildings in Greenwich Village and the East Village through the GVSHP files, the records at the Municipal Archives, and other repositories of historic records. In addition, interns are asked to help with GVSHP's general office operations when needed. Hours are flexible within M-F 10AM to 6PM. The internship is unpaid, but there is opportunity for college credit.
Open until Until Filled
How to apply Please email resume and cover letter to:
232 East 11th Street
New York, NY 10003
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Posted: August 15, 2008
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