The 29th Street Neighborhood Association is offering an internship to a student currently enrolled in a Graduate or Undergraduate Program in Architecture or Urban Planning.
The intern will support the Association in its effort to draft and submit to the New York
City Landmarks Commission a proposal to expand the Madison Square Historic District.
The intern will have the opportunity to learn various aspects of zoning, project management, and proposal writing as they relate to doing business with the City of New York.
The position will provide the student with valuable insight into the workings of historic preservation and an understanding of the importance of preserving the unique character of a New York City neighborhood.
The Intern will be given discrete tasks and expected to perform independently under light supervision.
Schedule: Flexible, minimum of 10 hours a week
Six months;One semester
Landmark issues relevant to the Madison Square Historic District
Draft requirements for Landmark proposal
Communicate progress weekly with Executive team
Basic understanding of the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission
Knowledge of New York City's planning issues
Strong writing skills