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Posted: 03/25/2008

Employer
Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission


Position
Apprenticeships in the Preservationand Traditional Building Trades
Type
Internship Opportunity
Location
PA
Details
 

The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC) is sponsoring its 3rd

annual summer apprenticeship program to introduce students and recent graduates of

post-secondary trade schools, technical colleges and other training programs and others

with building trades experience, to the preservation and traditional building trades

needed to preserve Pennsylvanias historic places. PHMC and several partner

organizations and companies will be offering paid apprentice positions for 12 weeks in

the summer of 2008 at locations throughout Pennsylvania. The apprenticeships will

include a free training program with an introductory one-day seminar in historic

preservation and two days of hands-on training by master craftsmen in various

preservation and traditional trade skills.

Interested students should review the attached list of positions available and contact the

representative for those they are interested in for more information or to schedule an

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interview. All hiring decisions are the responsibility of the company or institution

hosting the individual apprenticeship. The hiring period will end on April 30th 2008.

OPen until
none given

How to apply
For general information on the program contact Joe Lauver, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, by phone at 717-787-6242, FAX at 717-214-2988 or email at jlauver@state.pa.us .

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