public awareness of the need to protect the city's architectural, historical, and cultural heritage.
The Research and Special Projects Intern will support work primarily related to proposed historic districts. Tasks will include building research (including the creation of research files, research of historic photos, scanning of tax photos, and research at various archives and libraries), field survey and other general administrative duties.
Preferred Qualifications: The ideal candidate will be detail-oriented with excellent communication skills, will have strong interest in architectural, cultural, social and New York City history, and have relevant research experience. Graphic design skills are desirable.
Commitment: 35 hours per week June through August; 14-21 hours per week during the school year.