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Virtual Spring Internship at the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation
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Contributed By: Judy Rodenstein
Email The Author: jrodenstein@achp.gov
Website: http://www.achp.gov

Virtual Spring Internship at the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP)’s Office of Federal Agency Programs is seeking a spring semester, 20 hour/week intern to support the agency’s training program on Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. The internship will be supervised by Training Specialist Katry Harris.

Internship projects will be aligned with the ACHP's current emphasis on historic preservation workforce development and strengthening connections with graduate and university programs. Assignments may include surveying graduate programs about their curriculum or learning interests in Section 106, working with staff to improve the Section 106 Essentials classroom course for students and interns as well as various Section 106 webinars, and/or converting the course or parts of it to e-Learning courses that could be promoted with graduate programs.

The culmination of that effort will be two live sessions of the Section 106 Essentials classroom course in mid-June (exact times/dates TBD). One of those sessions will be held in ACHP’s Washington, DC, offices if circumstances allow, and the other will be presented virtually. If necessary, both sessions will be presented virtually. The intern will be expected to participate in presenting the course, either in person and/or on Zoom. If in person, travel expenses will be subsidized. During the DC visit the intern would have the opportunity to meet ACHP staff and do an end-of-term presentation.

The intern will supply their own digital resources (computer, internet, etc.) to communicate with ACHP staff, post files, and work in cloud-based software.

Those applying for the internship should have an awareness of Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, have a career interest in working with federal historic preservation programs, be proficient in using digital meeting software and PowerPoint, and be willing to learn new eLearning software. Experience as a teaching assistant, in secondary education, and/or in conducting and analyzing systematic interviews or surveys would be a plus. The selected intern will earn a certificate of completion for the Section 106 Essentials course, suitable for inclusion in applications for jobs in Section 106 in the federal, tribal, state, local, or consulting sectors. The selected intern will also have the opportunity to observe Section 106 consultation meetings and network with a variety of preservation professionals.

For more on ACHP internships, visit www.achp.gov/internships. To apply for this internship, use the form available at www.achp.gov/internships/spring-internship-2023  and a resume. Save the filled-out form to your computer as a pdf in order to retain the information you have entered. Then attach it to an email along with your resume. Send to Judy Rodenstein, Internship Program Coordinator, at jrodenstein@achp.gov.

Deadline: November 21, 2022

 


Keywords: internship, intern, virtual intern, training, eLearning, historic preservation, federal, policy, cultural heritage, Section 106 review, cultural resources, NHPA

Posted: November 2, 2022
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