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Internship with Preservation Action Council, San Jose

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  • Dayana Salazar
    The Preservation Action Council of San Jose, a non-profit devoted to preserving San Jose s architectural heritage, is seeking an intern to coordinate and
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 8, 2003
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      The Preservation Action Council of San Jose, a non-profit devoted to
      preserving San Jose's architectural heritage, is seeking an intern to
      coordinate and publicize the visit of the National Trust's Preservation
      Development Initiative team to San Jose in the last week of January.
      This initiative helps local leaders to make preservation a central part
      of their community's broader economic and community development
      strategy.

      The intern will gain skills in logistics, public relations, event
      management and advertising.
      1) Event Management and Production
      - Manage and co-ordinate the visit with National Trust leaders
      - Schedule public meetings and conference rooms for the visit, and
      ensure they are set up appropriately in advance.
      2) Marketing and Advertising
      - Research and compile press releases for the visit.
      - Design, produce and distribute relevant publicity materials (flyers,
      brochures) for the visit.
      - Work in conjunction with printers in terms of delivery, scheduling
      and
      reproduction of materials.
      - Plan and devise internet advertising and maintain on-line calendar
      listings
      - Update the web-site by uploading time-sensitive information
      concerning
      the visit
      3) Public Relations
      - Represent PACSJ to media contacts, through written and telephone
      communications at public functions. The primary supervisor of the
      intern
      will be the Executive Director of PACSJ. He will be responsible for
      overseeing the implementation of the training plan, consistent
      mentorship, assessment and evaluation of the intern's performance.

      Nature of the Internship:
      There will be no salary, but you will be reimbursed for travel
      expenses.
      We would be happy to provide any documentation needed for academic
      credit. We need you to be able to devote an average of 20 hours a week
      to the project during December and January, but are happy to work
      around
      your schedule in terms of the holiday season and the overall length of
      the internship.

      Application Procedures:
      Please send a resume and cover letter to info@... by
      December 12th 2003.


      Dayana Salazar, Interim Chair
      Urban and Regional Planning Department
      San Jose State University
      (408) 924-5854
      salmar@...

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