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Posted: 12/21/2017

Indiana Department of Transportation
Cultural Resources Office/Environmental Services

The Cultural Resources Office of INDOT is responsible for ensuring that Federal Highway Administration and INDOT are in compliance with historic preservation laws and regulations - most notably Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and Section 4 (f) of the Department of Transportation Act. The office has strong partnerships with state and federal resource agencies, the State Historic Preservation Officer, and historic preservation organizations, ensuring that the project compliance process runs efficiently and on schedule.

Governor's Summer Intern - History/INDOT Environmental Services
Internship Opportunity
Indianapolis, IN
$ 11.30 per hour

The intern will assist in preparation of historic property reports, undertake above-ground architectural field surveys, conduct record searches and research for projects, attend consulting parties meetings, public hearings, and state historic preservation review board meetings etc. Approximately 35% of the work will be fieldwork.

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.

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How to apply
To be considered, applications must be received through the Indiana state job bank: http://www.in.gov/spd/careers/. Please search State Job Bank using the following Job ID
Anuradha Kumar
Phone: 317-234-5168
100 N. Senate Ave., Rm. #642
Indianapolis, IN 46204

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