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Posted: 12/09/2016

Greater Portland Landmarks

Greater Portland Landmarks Mission To preserve and revitalize Greater Portlandís remarkable legacy of historic buildings, neighborhoods, landscapes and parks. Vision Greater Portland residents and visitors will appreciate, protect, and support the historic fabric and architecture of the community, thus enriching our lives and those of generations to come. Beliefs  The maintenance and enhancement of our historic buildings, neighborhoods, landscapes and parks support sustainability, spur economic development and help to make Greater Portland one of the most vital communities in America.  The design, quality and condition of the built environment affect our sense of well-being, evoke the power of the past and embody our aspirations for the future.  Historic structures can and should be adapted to fit modern uses while maintaining their integrity and character.  Education is essential to carry forward the stories and achievements of the past and to rally the public to preserve and revitalize Greater Portlandís legacy for the future.

Summer Internship 2017 (Paid)
Internship Opportunity
Portland, ME
$2,750 for 10 weeks

Greater Portland Landmarks seeks two Preservation Interns to provide support for our Director of Advocacy in managing Landmarks endangered properties program and conducting reconnaissance level surveys in Portland.† ††The interns will attend Endangered Properties Selection Committee and Advocacy Committee meetings, record meeting notes, research properties and produce written and photographic documentation, and provide assistance with all aspects of the endangered properties selection process and advocacy issues discussions.† In addition, the interns will work on other activities, including the historic resource survey, easement program, and other duties as assigned. Through this internship, the interns will be exposed to the many facets of historic preservation advocacy, architectural survey, and building research and evaluation.†More information about the duties and qualifications is available here: www.portlandlandmarks.org/internships

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How to apply
Interested candidates please send cover letter explaining your background and interest in the project, a resume, writing sample, and three references by March 10, 2017 to: Hilary D. Bassett, Executive Director,Greater Portland Landmarks, hbassett@portlandlandmarks.org, Preservation Intern in subject line. Electronic applications are preferred.
Hilary Bassett
Phone: 207-774-5561
Fax: 2077745561
93 High Street
Portland, ME 04101

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