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Historic Preservation Career Opportunites

Are you wondering what preservationists actually do, where they work, and how it all relates to their degree program?  Perhaps this powerpoint, “Historic Preservation:  Opportunities Aplenty,” will help.

ATTACH HiPOpportunitesAPlenty.pptx


Historic Preservation is one of the fastest growing fields within Public History and Applied History today. Historic Preservationists contribute to the preservation of cultural memory through a wide variety of professional opportunities in:
  • National Park Service
  • state preservation and transportation departments
  • local government planning and landmark commissions
  • historic sites and parks
  • heritage corridors
  • preservation and conservation organizations
  • architectural and design firms
  • revitalization projects
  • environmental consulting agencies
  • educators
  • and more.

Graduates in historic preservation:

  • Become leaders in preserving cultural memory
  • Integrate the Ursuline Mission with emphasis on values and social responsibility as they make unique contributions to their world
  • Communicate effectively in the language of the discipline and deliver presentations to build awareness of preservation issues
  • Coordinate preservation initiatives
  • Accurately document buildings and historic sites
  • Write successful nominations for the National Register of Historic Places, National Historic Landmarks, National Heritage Areas and Ohio Historic Markers
  • Survey and appraise cultural resources for government and community agencies
  • Prepare plans for adaptive reuse and rehabilitation
  • Demonstrate the economic advantages of rehabilitation and adaptive reuse
  • Dialogue with community and government leaders to champion a sustainable society
  • Consult for architectural, engineering, environmental, interior design, government and other cultural resource organizations
  • Advocate the protection of vulnerable properties from demolition
  • Participate in preservation legal cases
  • Write successful grant applications

What jobs are out there?


Take a quick look at:
http://www.preservationnation.org/career-center/#.UzrlGceKt_k
http://www.preservenet.cornell.edu/employ/jobs.cfm
http://www.preservationdirectory.com/PreservationBlogs/ArticleListings.aspx?catid=3
http://www.ncph.org
http://jobs.aaslh.org/search/browse/