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Posted: 06/02/2015

US Forest Service Regional Office
Heritage Resources & Engineering

The Forest Service Heritage Program for Region Six manages the protection, enhancement and interpretation of thousands of cultural resources over 17 national forests in Oregon and Washington. The Engineering Department manages all facilities (many historic) over the 17 national forests in Oregon and Washington.

Architectural Drawings Intern
Internship Opportunity
Portland, OR

The agency is looking for a candidate to aid inthe organization of original architectural drawings for many of hte structures in Region Six.  The drawings were once well organized, but due to a recent office move, the drawing are now out of sequence and need some additional organization. Along with the blueprints is a farily extensive mircofilm library of more architectural drawings.

The Forest Service has a contract with a company that will scan the originals, and this would also be a duty of the this position is to work with the Engineering/Heritage Staff to help facilitate and assign sheets orgnaization numbers in order to locate the drawings in the future.

Indivduals who are detail oreinted, interested in arhcitecture, historic preservation, museum studies or libriary science are ideal cndidates for this internship.


Internship length is 16 hours a week, 2 days a week Mon-Fri 8:00- 4:30 p.m.  Days and hours flexible.


OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Please send your resume and a cover letter to Alexandra K. Wenzl (Historian, R6) awenzl@fs.fed.us.
Alexandra Wenzl
Phone: 503-668-1726
1220 SW Third Avenue
Portland, OR 97204

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