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🔗Summer Chair’s Internships – Advisory Council on Historic Preservation

  • Internship
  • Washington D.C., DC (Remote)
  • $15 (stipend) USD / Hour
  • Applications have closed
  • Job Summary: Work under the supervision of the federal Advisory Council on Historic Preservation’s Chair Sara Bronin on a variety of high priority national preservation policy initiatives and projects advancing the work of the agency.
  • Job Qualifications:

    Internships are open to undergraduate and graduate students, including those graduating this spring. Candidates may come from a wide variety of disciplines, such as historic preservation, public history, planning, law, cultural resource management, architectural history, architectural design, archaeology, and other relevant majors. An interest in historic preservation and skills in research, analysis, writing and independent and collaborative work will strengthen your application.

  • How to Apply:

    Interested applicants should apply using the form at and a resume. Save the filled-out form on your computer as a pdf, reopen it to make sure the content is retained, and then attach it to an email along with your resume. Send to the attention of the Internship Program Coordinator at

  • Job benefits: Interns become familiar with the full range of work of the agency through orientation and training, and by participating in meetings to observe the development and implementation of federal historic preservation policy. They may also participate in programs with others interning at related agencies and organizations, and the ACHP will assist interns with networking and advice.
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Website Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP)

A small, independent federal agency, the ACHP oversees the historic preservation review process for federal projects and manages a variety of preservation programs dealing with national preservation policy and legislation, promoting public appreciation of cultural heritage, Indigenous peoples' interests, climate change and sustainability, reusing historic building stock for contemporary needs, building a more inclusive preservation program, workforce development, and youth engagement.

Summer interns supervised by ACHP’s Chair Bronin will work on a variety of high priority national preservation policy initiatives and projects advancing the work of the agency. This will include research and implementation tasks related to topics such as climate change, housing, and equity. Specific assignments will be developed based on current agency needs and the skills and interests of selected interns. Internships may be virtual, on-site, or hybrid. We encourage applications from students at minority-serving institutions.