We’re Hiring Educators for Our Children’s Education Program
For more than 30 years, Village Preservation has conducted its first-of-its-kind children’s education program, designed to share with children how history can be understood and appreciated from the built environment around them. Offered to schools throughout the five boroughs regardless of ability to pay, the program has taught tens of thousands of children over the years about the lessons to be learned from what they see around them every day, and the experiences of a broad spectrum of New Yorkers over the centuries. The program has expanded over the years from teaching the basics about architecture and the built environment to curricula focused on immigration history in NYC and African American history.
Do you know a hands-on educator who is passionate about cultural and architectural history? Our Children’s Education program is hiring, and needs you!
Village Preservation is not currently hiring for any internships.
When we do, we offer internships for motivated individuals looking to gain experience in historic preservation or a non-profit environment. Internships are paid, and we are happy to work with students who would like to complete an internship for college credit. We make every effort to tailor internship experiences to fit an intern’s skills and interests. Internships are available for both students (undergraduate, graduate, and international) and non-students.
Intern Positions Include:
- Research and Preservation Internship (not currently hiring)
- Internship for Development, Programming, and Administration (not currently hiring)
Inquiries may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.