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Posted: 08/09/2012

Preservation Society of Charleston

Founded in 1920, the Preservation Society of Charleston is the oldest community based historic preservation organization in America. Our mission is to inspire the involvement of all who dwell in the Lowcountry to honor and respect our material and cultural heritage. For more information, please browse our website.

Internship Opportunity
Charleston, SC

The Preservation Society of Charleston, the oldest membership-based preservation organization in the United States, is seeking a paid intern to work from mid-August through mid-November to research and implement mobile application-based preservation tour programs. The Intern will work twenty (20) hours a week at $10/hour.


The Intern will research and develop architectural and historical data for the Societys mobile application database. 


The Society is seeking a graduate or undergraduate student in historic preservation, history or a related field. Candidates should have knowledge of architectural history and/or historic building techniques, completed a property research course, and should be able to submit a sample of property research writing if asked. Candidates should have strong research, writing, and organizational skills and the ability to manage both the research and administrative tasks. Experience in Microsoft Office is required.


OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Please send a cover letter, resume and references to: Lisa Estes at Lestes@preservationsociety.org or by mail to 147 King Street, Charleston, SC 29401. Applications will be accepted until close of business on Tuesday, August 14, 2012.
Lisa Estes

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