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Posted: 11/15/2012

City of Delray Beach
Planning and Zoning, Historic Preservation

Historic Preservation Planning Intern
Internship Opportunity
Delray Beach, FL


Projects may include field survey of neighborhoods for historic district designation eligibility on either a local or national level, development of informational brochures, preparation of nominations of individual properties and/or districts for listing on the National Register of Historic Places, assistance in rewriting the Delray Beach Historic Preservation Design Guidelines, and additional day to day tasks such as conducting research, visiting sites, attending meetings, assisting walk-in customers, etc.



College Graduate Student or Undergraduate (Junior or Senior) in the fields of Historic Preservation, History, Architecture, Urban Planning, or other related field; Knowledge of Microsoft Office, including Publisher and Word; Ability to conduct extensive research through various methods including archives, internet, files, microfiche, etc.



Unpaid. Weekly hours dependent upon Interns needs and/or course requirements with specific days and hours to be determined by Staff and Student, for duration of semester, or longer if desired. At least 8 hours per week will be needed throughout duration of internship.



Anytime or in accordance with semester start date.



For questions and/or additional information, please contact Amy Alvarez at 561.243.7284 or alvarez@mydelraybeach.com


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How to apply
Submit a cover letter and resume to: Amy Alvarez, Historic Preservation Planner 100 NW 1st Avenue Delray Beach, Florida 33444 alvarez@mydelraybeach.com

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