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Posted: 03/03/2011

New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission

The Landmarks Preservation Commission is the New York City agency that is responsible for identifying and designating the City's landmarks and the buildings in the City's historic districts. The Commission also regulates changes to designated buildings.

Adolf Placzek Fellowship
Internship Opportunity
New York, NY

The New York Landmarks Preservation Foundation, in conjunction with the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission, is pleased to announce a fellowship position for Summer 2011. This paid fellowship is open to graduate degree candidates in historic preservation, architecture, architectural history or a related field, and is an eight-week position at the Landmarks Preservation Commission.

The Fellow will have the opportunity to learn about all aspects of the Commission’s work, including: regulation, enforcement, designation, community outreach, and public relations. Specific responsibilities will depend upon the Commission’s workload, but will focus on the regulatory work of the Commission with a particular concentration on the consideration of future rules. Candidates with strong measured drawing skills are especially encouraged to apply.

The fellowship pays $4,000, commences in June, and requires a commitment of 35 hours per week.

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How to apply
Please submit resume and cover letter to: Megan Cross Schmitt The Landmarks Preservation Commission 1 Centre Street – 9th Floor North New York, NY 10007 mschmitt@lpc.nyc.gov NO PHONE CALLS
Megan Schmitt
Fax: (212) 669-3844
1 Centre Street
9th Floor North
New York, NY 10007

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