Hispanic Access Foundation is pleased to announce its 2015 Latino Heritage Internship Program in partnership with the National Park Service.
This program is designed to engage the next generation of conservation stewards and raise awareness about our national parks and historic sites, their accessibility and the need for the Latino community’s involvement in their preservation.
HAF will select and oversee twenty highly motivated undergraduate and graduate students to work alongside National Park Service staff on cultural resources projects across the nation. These ten-week internships will be compensated with a weekly stipend, and housing and transportation costs will be fully covered. The deadline to apply is March 31.
These internships will be performed onsite at over a dozen locations nationwide and will focus on a variety of areas of study including history, architecture, archaeology, anthropology, museum studies, communications, and other related fields.
For a list of internship sites available, more information or to apply, visit www.hispanicaccess.org/lhip.