Ideal candidates are historic preservation or public policy students, recent graduates or young professionals seeking relevant organizational experience in their field.
The Advocacy Intern will assist in the monitoring legislative issues in Congress and state legislatures, research on federal policy related to historic preservation, attend Congressional hearings, and support communications with articles on preservation for the Preservation Action website and†Legislative Update.
Experience with legislative policy, advocacy, communications, and knowledge of Congressional proceedings are assets. Knowledge of historic preservation policy is important. Experience with Microsoft Office, RegOnline, WordPress and Constant Contact is a plus.
Preservation Action is seeking interns with interest and experience in non-profit management, fundraising/development, and communications. †The Development Intern will assist in grantwriting and submission of grants as well as cultivation and stewardship activities.
Interns must be a motivated, self-starter, with strong and confident communications skills. Experience with Microsoft Office, Constant Contact, GiftWorks, and WordPress a plus;†past fundraising/event management experience a major plus.
Candidate will work 25-35 hours per week. Candidate must be available to work during fundraising events. Internships are unpaid, however, if there is funding, interns will receive a stipend for their support.
Preservation Action is seeking communications specialists at any stage of your career who are good storytellers, with strong writing skills, and interested in historic preservation.
Communications Interns will write features for Preservation Actions website and partner publications as well as maintain the Preservation Action media lists. Interns will monitor news for preservation-related stories, compile a listing of news stories for a news round-up from across the states for the†Legislative Update.