Additional Details: This position has flexible hours and offers the possibility for the intern to work remotley for part or most of the internship. Some travel to Cambridge City, Indiana will be required.
The Eastern Regional Office (ERO) of Indiana Landmarks is seeking a summer intern (May-August) to work on Historic Preservation Covenant/Easement Monitoring and assist with projects as needed in the ERO. The primary focus will be monitoring all 60 Easements and Covenants held by Indiana Landmarks in the eastern region. This will require noting condition issues and inappropriate alterations to the building. The intern will also be involved in a variety of other tasks based upon availability and interes. These tasks may include providing assistance to preservation commissions, historic preservation advocacy, Huddleston Farmhouse events, tours, and property research.
This internship opportunity at the ERO of Indiana Landmarks is designed to give students professional experience to enhance their resumes and satisfy internship graduation requirements.
Mileage will be reimbursed for all travel directly related to internship projects except for commutes to the offices in Cambridge City, Indiana. The intern may work from home or a remote location. If the intern decides to work remotley several progress meetings will need to be scheduled during orientation.
The easement and covenant monitoring will require the intern travel to Cambridge City for a day of orientation and training. The intern will be given nessecary information, files, and procedures for monitoring. The intern will then accompany a staff from the ERO on a half day of site visits to get hands on experience monitoring properties under supervision. After the orientation day the intern will be expected to monitor the remaining properties on their own.
The internship is available to any student currently studying historic preservation, history, planning, architecture or a related field. A graduate student is preferred but undergraduate students with a desire to learn about historic preservation and non-profit organizations will be considered.