🔗Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Internship
Website Historic Macon Foundation
Since our founding in 1964, Historic Macon Foundation has served as the regional historical society and preservation organization of note. Our mission is to revitalize communities by preserving architecture and sharing history. Our vision is to be the premier preservation organization in the nation. Historic Macon saves Macon’s architectural treasures by purchasing, rehabilitating and selling structures listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, Historic Macon educates the public about the importance of Macon’s history and architecture, runs events to help celebrate Macon’s unique assets. Our programs in economic development and neighborhood revitalization are award winners on a national scale and serve as a model for other preservation and revitalization organizations.
The GIS Intern is a full-time 2-month internship responsible for fulfilling our mission by providing professional GIS expertise to support the organization’s programming. This position will be responsible for supplying on-going technical support as needed and for the completion of multiple mapping initiatives, including, but not limited to:
- Identification and mapping of mid-century architecture in Macon;
- Mapping of the built resources in a potential National Register of Historic Places district;
- Updating mapping of properties with preservation easements;
- Updating mapping of historic rehabilitation tax incentive projects;
- Updating mapping of HMF rental units;
- Assisting Historic Macon staff with integrating GIS products into the Historic Macon website and social media; preference will be given to candidates who have familiarity with basic website operation.
The GIS Intern will also be tasked with developing and completing a capstone project for his or her internship. This project will be tailored to the interests of the candidate. In the past it has been used for HMF publications and educational materials. Other duties may be assigned as necessary during the internship. This position reports to the Director of Preservation Field Services and works closely with staff, board members and numerous committee members and volunteers.