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Posted: 07/08/2011

International Conservation Center (ICC) - Citta di Roma

Saving the Stones: A Conservation Training Internship
Internship Opportunity
Acre, Israel
Open Until
Until Filled

This internship is an English-taught five month training program in historic conservation for students and young professionals from around the world. The program provides hands-on experience in conservation and restoration of historic sites.

Saving the Stones takes place in Acre, Israel, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is run by the International Conservation Center (ICC) and the Israel Antiquity Authority (IAA). Acre is located on the charming beaches of the Mediterranean Sea, and contains remains of renowned cultures including the Hellenistic, Roman and Mamluk civilizations, the Crusaders, the Ottoman Empire and the British mandate.

The program includes three intensive months of conservation and historic preservation studies (theory and practical) in Acre, one month of conservation in Jerusalem (in David's Tomb and the Western Wall’s Tunnels) and one month of a final personal research or practical project in Acre, during which the knowledge acquired on the program is applied. Throughout their training, students work alongside conservation specialists, archeologists, and architects of the highest professional and academic level.

The upcoming semester commences in September and there is a limited number of positions available as we want to ensure each participant receives our full attention.

How to apply
For more information and to apply please visit us at: www.iccakko.org.

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