Call for applications for interns and hosts organizations I 2020 IEP Program
Professionnal experience and international network
The IEP program enables graduate students and emerging professionals to strengthen their skills and acquire new professionnal experience while hosts organizations (in the US and abroad) will make international connections and support the training of new professionnals.
How can I become an IEP intern?
Candidates should be students with at a minimum an undergraduate degree in a preservation-related field, such as architecture, landscape architecture, or architectural conservation, with coursework and/or experience in preservation or emerging professionals (within 3 years of graduation) specialized in historic preservation and heritage conservation. IEP interns will be assigned a 12 week hands-on experience during the summer of 2020 in a host organization.
Candidates have until 3 January 2020 to submit their application at usicomos.org/internship/apply.
How can I become a host organization?
Hosts organizations should be public or private nonprofit cultural heritage organizations which could host in intern during a three-month practical working internship under professional supervision.
Hosts organizations have until 11 January 2020 to submit their application.