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🔗Historic Preservation Planning Intern

  • Internship
  • Raleigh, NC
  • 17 USD / Hour
  • Applications have closed
  • Department: Planning and Development, Historic Preservation Unit
  • Job Reference #: 2023-00235
  • Job Summary: The Historic Preservation Intern works in the City of Raleigh Planning and Development Department. The Intern is a temporary hourly employee of the City of Raleigh. This is a term position without benefits.
  • Job Qualifications:

    Must be a currently enrolled student in an undergraduate or graduate program and a student in good academic standing.

    Preference for students enrolled in a program leading to a degree in Historic Preservation, Anthropology, History, Urban Planning, Archeology, Architecture, and/or Landscape Architecture.

    To perform this job successfully, an individual should have a strong writing skill and working knowledge of Office Suite software. Knowledge of GIS/ArcView and/or Adobe Creative Suite helpful, but not required.

    No previous office experience required.

  • How to Apply:

    Applications must be submitted online using the link below.

  • Contact Name: Tania Tully
  • Application Email:
  • Application URL:

Website City of Raleigh North Carolina

Duties and Responsibilities

  • The Historic Preservation Intern will work on special projects to support the research work and community engagement of the unit.
  • Supporting the editing and transition of the Raleigh Historic Development Commission website content.
  • Updating Certificate of Appropriateness and Historic Landmark program customer documents.
  • Researching the feasibility of a non-regulatory local historic designation program.
  • The intern experience includes a staff mentor and broad exposure to a wide range of public planning-related processes, including governing body, board/commission, and internal departmental meetings.

Summer Internship pay rate will be up to 30 hours a week at $17 per hour for undergraduate students and $20 per hour for graduate students. Planning and Development anticipates the Summer internship to run for 12 weeks beginning end of April or early May.

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