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Posted: 01/15/2015

City of Madison, Indiana
Madison, Indiana M.A.I.N. Program

The goal of the M.A.I.N. Program is to open up the City of Madison and its top-notch preservation-associated organizations to highly qualified and passionate historic preservation minded students. This 9-week internship program will provide students and recent graduates with valuable hands-on experience in research, program development, and field work in history, historic landscapes, historic preservation, community development, heritage tourism, museum studies, communications, and marketing.

Summer Intern
Internship Opportunity
Madison, IN
Program Requirements and Expectations:


- Either a senior or recent graduate in an undergraduate program or a current or recent 

graduate of a graduate program.

- Major with an intent to pursue a career in architecture, landscape architecture, historic 

preservation, heritage tourism, museum studies, community development, and/or other 

related fields.

- GPA of 3.0 or higher

- Availability to work from June 1, 2015- July 31, 2015.

- Housing is provided.

- Interns will receive a $1000 stipend.
The participating organizations are as follows:

1.       City of Madison, IN- Office of Historic Preservation and the Office of Community Relations and Development

2.       The Cornerstone Society, the Indiana Landmarks affiliate in Jefferson County

3.       Visit Madison, Inc.

4.       Madison Main Street Program

5.       Historic Madison, Inc.

6.       Madison Area Chamber of Commerce

7.       The Heritage Trail Conservancy

8.       Jefferson County Historical Society
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