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Posted: 03/15/2011

Nantucket Preservation Trust

Nantucket Island, located 30 miles at sea off Cape Cod, Massachusetts, holds one of the finest collections of 18th and 19th century architecture in the country. The island has over 2,400 historic resources and is designated a National Historic Landmark. The Nantucket Preservation Trust (NPT), a small membership non-profit preservation group, is dedicated to the protection of the islandís historic architecture and sense of place. NPT offers a broad range of preservation programs to educate, inspire and encourage historic preservation including architectural walking tours, historic research, house markers, preservation easement, traditional building methods programs, and preservation awards.

Summer Intern
Internship Opportunity
Nantucket, MA
Open Until
none given

The NPT seeks one to two graduate student interns to assist with walking tours and other educational and marketing programs. The intern(s) will develop and lead architectural walking tours, assist with historic research, and work with volunteer committees on NPTís summer events (Summer Kitchens House Tour and August Fete). Ideal candidates will be currently enrolled in a graduate degree program in historic preservation or related field, and have experience with educational programming and/or marketing/publicity.

The internship period: 30 hours per week from June 13 to August 12

How to apply
Send resume and two references to info@nantucketpreservation.org or to NPT, PO Box 158, Nantucket, MA 02554

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