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Posted: 05/14/2011

Employer
Adventures in Preservation

Adventures in Preservation (AiP) is a non-profit organization offering volunteer vacations focused on saving the world’s architectural heritage. Our projects promote traditional building techniques as a sustainable practice; create an atmosphere of inter-cultural understanding; and use historic preservation as a powerful tool for change.


Position
Web Developer Intern
Type
Internship Opportunity
Location
Boulder, CO
Details
 

Adventures in Preservation (AiP) is a non-profit organization that develops historic-preservation based volunteer vacations at historic sites around the world. We are looking for someone who can convert our existing website, www.adventuresinpreservation.org, from html to WordPress.

Required skills:

  • Strong knowledge of HTML, CSS, and Wordpress
  • Ability to translate existing website layouts and designs to a customized Wordpress theme
  • Good sense of design
  • Superb attention to detail
  • Ability to work independently and across multiple time zones
  • This will be an excellent opportunity for someone looking to build a project portfolio, get involved in the travel industry, or work with a non-profit organization.

    Adventures in Preservation is located in Boulder, Colorado with a satellite office in Hong Kong. This is an unpaid internship, lasting approximately 4 months.

    OPen until
    06/03/2011

    How to apply
    Please email your letter of interest, along with a resume, to info@adventuresinpreservation.org; for questions, call +1 303 444 0128.

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