The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) and the ACHP Foundation are pleased to announce the selection of Matthew Kenyatta, PhD to be the 21st Century Preservation Leaders Fellow for 2023. Dr. Kenyatta will be the first Fellow in this new program designed to promote diversity in the leadership ranks of the national historic preservation movement. He will commence his six-month fellowship in January 2023.
Washington, D.C.--The Pullman National Monument and State Historic Site in Chicago, Illinois, was honored with the National Trust/Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Award for Federal Partnerships in Historic Preservation during the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s annual PastForward Conference National Preservation Awards on November 4.
The ACHP is seeking a Digital Operations Coordinator (GG-13) within the Office of Federal Agency Programs in Washington, DC. This new position will analyze and manage data regarding the ACHP’s participation in and oversight of project planning reviews carried out under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. The incumbent will draw on knowledge of the Section 106 process and experience working with databases and other digital tools to help improve the ACHP's use of electronic communication and digital information to enhance the timeliness and efficiency of reviews.
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation's Office of Federal Agency Programs is seeking a spring semester, 20 hour/week virtual intern to support the agency’s training program on Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act.
Internship projects will be aligned with the ACHP's current emphasis on historic preservation workforce development and strengthening connections with graduate and university programs.
The application deadline is November 18, 2022.