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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.

Spring Internship 2023

The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation and the ACHP Foundation have announced a new partnership, the 21st Century Leaders Fellowship. Applications are being accepted now for this new program, which provides early career preservation professionals with a comprehensive understanding of historic preservation policy formulation and implementation at the national level. A primary program goal is to promote diversity in the historic preservation leadership. The deadline to apply is September 15, 2022.

The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is offering several internship opportunities for summer 2022. Applications are live now. Details about the internships being offered can be found on our website. The deadline to apply in February 11.

Summer 2022 Internships

Interested applicants to the ACHP-Smithsonian Institution's fall cultural heritage fellowship regarding the music heritage of the District of Columbia have until June 23 at 11:59 p.m. to submit their applications. Please find information about the fellowship on the Smithsonian's website as well as contact information. 

Attention college students and recent grads: apply to join the ACHP and Smithsonian Institution this fall in a Cultural Heritage Fellowship! The application deadline is Sunday, June 16, 2019, at 11:59 p.m. EDT.

The 2019 fellowship theme is Music Heritage of the District of Columbia. Those with an interest in learning more about the preservation of historic sites, intangible heritage, and artifacts within and around the nation’s capital as they relate to the preservation of music are encouraged to apply. The Smithsonian Institution could very well be the world’s largest museum of music, with more than 16,000 musical instruments, 100,000 pages of sheet music, 80,000 recorded music tracks, and approximately 400 musical activities per year.