HPTC Traditional Trades Advancement Program Intern – Springfield Armory National Historic Site (Cultural Landscaping)
|Term of positions is 26 weeks; full-time 40 hours/week
|Application Due Date:
|Preference given to applicants that submit application by 4/18/2023
|Title of Position
|Traditional Trades Advancement Program Intern-Springfield Armory NHS
Stewards Individual Placement Program (SIPP) provides individuals with service and career opportunities to strengthen communities and preserve our natural resources. Participants work with federal agencies, tribal governments, and nonprofits building institutional capacity, developing community relationships, and supporting ecosystem health.
SIPP in partnership with the National Park Service and Historic Trades and Preservation Center are seeking one intern who will participate in the Traditional Trades Apprenticeship Program. This member will receive introductory training in a variety of traditional trades and will develop an understanding of historic resource stewardship while helping to preserve our nation’s historic resources. This program provides participants with marketable skills and excellent exposure to the historic preservation career field within the NPS as well as the private sector.
This intern will work alongside park staff at Springfield Armory National Historic Site to its colorful history in original buildings on their historic grounds.
Position Responsibilities will include:
Historic and Cultural Landscape Management Intern
Applicant must have the ability to work around other using chainsaws and possibly motorized wood chippers, have the ability to use weed eaters, pruners, hand saws of various varieties, and assist with rope guides for tree work if needed.
How to Apply
Please be prepared to upload your resume as part of this application.
For More Information Contact:
Gwennan Richmond-Stewards Program Coordinator