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Posted: 03/19/2012

Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia

Preservation Alliance is a not-for-profit membership organization that actively promotes the appreciation, protection, and appropriate use and development of the Philadelphia regionís historic buildings, communities and landscapes.

Graduate Intern
Internship Opportunity
Philadelphia, PA

The Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia is hosting a 2012 Samuel S. Fels Fund graduate student internship in community service to develop a comprehensive report documenting and quantifying how historic preservation activities and organizations benefit the cultural, educational and economic life ofPhiladelphia. With support from an advisory steering committee, the intern will design and implement a survey of active preservation organizations and historic sites, analyze and summarize that data, and produce a summary report aimed at securing broader public and philanthropic support for both preservation as a whole and for individual organizations. A successful candidate will be highly organized, with professional interest in historic preservation and cultural resource management, and must be enrolled in or have graduated from a graduate program in the calendar year 2012. The position is for 10 weeks and carries a $6,000 stipend.

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How to apply
To apply, email a cover letter and resume/c.v. to ben@preservationalliance.com. For more information on the Samuel S. Fels Fund, visit http://samfels.org/2012-summer-internships-in-community-service/
Ben Leech
Phone: 215-546-1146 x5
Fax: 215-546-1180
1616 Walnut St. Suite 1620
1616 Walnut St. Suite 1620
Philadelphia, PA 19103

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