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Posted: 12/11/2012

The L'Enfant Trust
Historic Preservation

The L'Enfant Trust is a public, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 1978 to protect Washington’s architectural heritage and to preserve the beauty of the city’s streets. The L’Enfant Trust provides stewardship for over one thousand Washington properties protected by its Conservation Easements - the largest single easement portfolio of any preservation organization in the country. The Trust also fosters community awareness of historic preservation issues through a variety of educational programs and technical resources.

Spring Intern
Internship Opportunity
Washington, DC

INTERNSHIP OVERVIEW: The LEnfant Trust is seeking one intern for spring semester work. Days and hours of work are negotiable. Small office with four full-time employees located in historic Dupont Circle.

QUALIFICATIONS: Graduate student in Historic Preservation, Urban Planning, History, Architecture or related field. Independent and motivated individual with a strong interest in preservation law and the history of Washington, DC.

DUTIES: (including, but not limited to)

·       Assist with photography and historic property inspections

·       Research building histories, historic preservation methods & technologies

·       Administer and update Easement Property Database

·       Help develop goals and contribute to e-newsletters, mailings, and technical assistance requests

COMPENSATION: This is an un-paid internship. Check with your graduate program to see if school credit is available.

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Until Filled

How to apply
SUBMISSION: Please send your resume to lauren@lenfant.org or the address listed above.
Lauren McHale
Phone: 202-483-4880
1526 New Hampshire Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20036

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