Between their first and second years of study Weitzman MSHP graduate students are required to complete a summer internship with a preservation-related organization. Internship opportunities vary; students typically perform site and condition surveys, documentation, inventories, mapping, historical research, feasibility studies, material analysis and treatment, etc.
Recent Student Internships
"This internship not only trained my research abilities to develop researches into actual or virtual exhibitions, but also improved my skills to cooperate with my partners efficiently."
"If the Rustin’s childhood home is placed on the National Register, it will be great to have a successful National Register nomination on my resume for future positions."
"My internship helped me refine my skills and expand my knowledge with efficient survey methods, software, and advanced technology to achieve the highest quality of data collection and measured accuracy."
"I learned about the development, collaboration, documentation, and submissions involved in the full completion of an on-site project."
"Emerging out of the exchanges between Eastern and Western cultures during the period of WWII, Lifen is a great example of blending Chinese national style with the characteristics of Western architecture."
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