The Architectural Heritage Center is currently interviewing students for our internship program. We are a Portland based non-profit resource center for historic preservation.
Learning opportunities and possible projects include:
Maintaining and modifying our website which is updated on a weekly basis
Learning to use Drupal (www.drupal.org) to create and maintain web pages and forms
Network setup and support in a small business environment
Setup and installation of PCs and software as needed by our users
PC support for a staff of ten
Assist with support of our Windows file server
General office assistance and projects
Participate in programs and events
Compensation: This is a non-paid internship. Internships can be completed for academic credit. Applicants seeking professional work experience with no academic credit may also apply.
Work Schedule: Hours are flexible and based on the credit hour requirements of the individual academic program, but are agreed upon prior to the start of the internship. Students typically work 8-16 hours a week with a structured work schedule.
General Requirements: Qualified Candidates should be organized, be attentive to detail, have strong written and verbal communication skills, be a creative thinker, and able to work independently and as a team player.
Job Specific Requirements: Information Technology Interns must have the ability to setup and configure Windows PCs with supervision and/or some experience in web design and development. This is a hands-on opportunity to learn while doing the many task required for support of IT in a small business. Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint is helpful.
All interested applicants are encouraged to apply.
About The Architectural Heritage Center: Applicants may learn more about us on our website (www.visitahc.org). Owned and operated by the Bosco-Milligan Foundation, The AHC hosts dozens of programs, workshops, and exhibits each year, helping people APPRECIATE, RESTORE, and MAINTAIN vintage homes, buildings, and neighborhoods. We are also caretakers of one of the largest collections of architectural artifacts in the United States.