Looking for a Fall paid internship?
We are looking for fall paid interns now. These are paid assignments and are best for graduate students in planning, public history, historic preservation, community development or related fields. See more about the opportunity here, it contains how to apply. We often need several interns each semester.
News updates Summer 2016
In April 2016, we spoke about Main Street programs for a class taught by good friend A. Elizabeth Watson on rural affairs at the University of Pennsylvania’s Historic Preservation Program.
We were delighted to receive an achievement award at the April 2016 Downtown Delaware conference by long-term client and state coordinator Diane Laird.
This fall and winter 2016 we will help Tacony Community Development Corporation to update their Strategic Plan and...
Missouri Main Street Connection conference 2016
From July 23-27 we will be in Washington MO as a keynote speaker for the Missouri Main Street Connection’s 10th annual conference on Fundraising Truths and Myths.
We will also be conducting a half day Heritage Tourism Assessment workshop using downtown Washington MO as our laboratory. Other sessions at the conference include our ever popular Diversify Your Revenue Sources!, Main Street 3 R’s – Recruit, Retain and Recognize Volunteers and Overview of New and...
What to know more about Donna Ann Harris?
Want to know more about Donna Ann Harris?
Check Donna's Vita here
Here is the 2016 list of workshops for historic sites
Here is a 2016 list of all downtown revitalization workshops
Here is a firm biography.
Want to know more? Call us 215 546 1988 or email email@example.com
Each summer we hire several graduate school interns to help us with client work. The goal of the internship is to expose students to historic preservation and community revitalization projects by undertaking real work for clients with our guidance and supervision. This year we welcome Audrey von Ahrens, Jennifer Carr Robinson and Eryn Boyce to our practice. View their LinkedIn profiles by clicking on their names.