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Posted: 05/01/2015

Employer
Neighborhood Preservation Center

The Neighborhood Preservation Center is a non-advocacy organization dedicated to facilitating and cultivating citizen participation in the improvement and protection of the New York’s urban landscape through its meeting rooms, offices and resource center. The St. Mark’s Historic Landmark Fund, in resident partnership with the Historic Districts Council and the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation, sponsors the Center. It is located at the historic Ernest Flagg rectory of St. Mark’s Church In-the-Bowery.


Position
Archival/Research Internship
Type
Internship Opportunity
Location
New York, NY
Details
 

 

Description: The Neighborhood Preservation Center is seeking an organized and detail-oriented intern for a 14-week period between May and September 2015 to assist a project consultant with the researching and archiving of the organizational history and documents pertaining to the Neighborhood Preservation Center's history, including the history if its sponsor organization, the St. Mark's Historic Landmark Fund.

Requirements:  This internship is a great opportunity for someone interested in historic preservation, historic research, library science, and urban planning.  The candidate should be detail-oriented, organized and have some research and database management experience.

OPen until
05/04/2015

How to apply
Please send cover letter and resume to Kayte Handler by email info@neighborhoodpreservationcenter.org.
Kayte Handler
Phone: 212-228-2781
Fax: 212-471-9987
ADDRESS
232 East 11th Street
New York, NY 10003

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