US/ICOMOS has announced their call for applications for participants in the 2017 International Exchange Program (IEP).
US/ICOMOS is seeking graduate students and young professionals (1-3 years of experience) specialized in historic preservation and heritage conservation to participate in the 2017 IEP. Participants will be assigned practical working internships, under professional supervision, with a public or private nonprofit preservation organization. Internships for U.S. citizens are in other countries, organized in many cases in cooperation with the local ICOMOS National Committee. Internships for non-U.S. citizens are placed throughout the United States. The US/ICOMOS carefully organizes and manages the 12 week program from its Directorate offices in Washington, DC.
Positions are for interns with a bachelor’s degree (at a minimum) in a preservation or conservation-related field: architecture, landscape architecture, cultural resource management, materials conservation, interpretation, history of architecture, archaeology, industrial archaeology, public history or cultural tourism.
The selection process for the US/ICOMOS International Exchange Program is highly competitive; approximately one in five applications is successful.
For more information, visit their Intern program pages at http://www.usicomos.org/internship/. The deadline for applications is 15 January 2017.
Please direct questions via email to: Brian Michael Lione, (Member, Board of Trustee, Co-Chair, International Exchange program Committee, Former US/ICOMOS Intern to Jordan (1999), US Committee of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (US/ICOMOS), Member, Working Group on Iraq and Syria and International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS)) at firstname.lastname@example.org.