Historic preservation internship applications
accepted at National Park Service until Feb. 25


Students in historic preservation programs and allied disciplines are invited through Feb. 25 to apply for a variety of internships in historic preservation and related fields with the National Park Service and its partnering agencies.

"The program is designed to allow graduate and undergraduate students to gain an awarenessof National Park Service cultural resource management activities and to provide an opportunity to work alongside professionals in the field of historic preservation," said Guy Lapsley, internship program coordinator at the National Park Service.

Operated jointly with the National Council for Preservation Education, the program places students in NPS cultural program headquarters, field offices and units of the park system. Students learn about and contribute to national historic preservation programs operated in partnership with state historic preservation offices and national park service efforts to preserve and manage historic properties.

Students interested in pursuing careers as historians, archaeologists, architects, curators, planners, and archivists are encouraged to learn more about NPS internship opportunities by visiting www.cr.nps.gov or by calling Lapsley at 202.354.2025.


- Posted: Feb. 11, 2011 -

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Contact:   Phillip Rollfing, prollfing@archone.tamu.edu or 979.458.0442.


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