Cornerstones believes internships are a learning experience and should be mutually beneficial. The internships are unique in that the intern aids in the development of his internship responsibilities. For example, if an intern is interested in youth development, he can help to create and implement youth activities. Internship lengths are decided on an individual basis. Young interns can have their first paying job and an architect can gain valuable field experience documenting historic structures. Many of the internships receive covered expenses and an hourly wage. For more information, please email Jake at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interns can gain experience in:
- traditional building crafts
- historic preservation
- nonprofit management
- youth development