The Intern Program at the Center for Historic Preservation is designed to provide professional training and experience to individuals new to the field of historic preservation  or seeking to gain new technical skills. Eligibility is open to MTSU students currently enrolled in a graduate or undergraduate degree program or individuals from the community seeking to be a part of the university’s research culture and public service initiative. The internship is unpaid, renewable by semester, and interns may expect to work 10 to 30 hours per week, depending on CHP needs. Students wishing to satisfy an internship requirement of their academic program for university credit should contact their faculty instructor for prior authorization.

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