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Subject: Internship at Canterbury Shaker Village

Internship at Canterbury Shaker Village

From: Marc A. Williams <artcons>
Date: Thursday, April 19, 2001
Pre-program Conservation Intern
Canterbury Shaker Village

Canterbury Shaker Village seeks interns for preventive conservation,
treatment of architectural collections and collections management
projects.  Specific projects include treatment of original linoleum
in the 56-room 1793 Dwelling House, on-going environmental
monitoring of several Village buildings, documentation of
collections through creation of data base records and digital images
as part of a Village-wide collections storage reorganization
project, integrated pest management, and housekeeping. Canterbury
Shaker Village is situated on a rolling hilltop surrounded by 694
acres of fields, woodlots and ponds.  CSV provides an ideal location
that is only minutes away from lakes and trails, and only an hour
from the White Mountains and the sites and entertainment of
Portsmouth, NH and the New Hampshire seacoast.  Housing will be
provided.  Modest stipends may be available to interns with
conservation or collections management training or experience.
Applicants should be energetic, accustomed to tedious and physically
demanding work, and possess excellent dexterity, attention to detail
and good judgment. Individuals with training and/or experience with
collections and/or architectural conservation and/or collections
management preferred.

Internships are available immediately and for the summer of 2001.
Please send a resume, letter of interest, three references, dates
when you are available, salary history and stipend requirements to:

    Sheryl Hack
    Director of Programs and Collections
    Canterbury Shaker Village
    288 Shaker Road
    Canterbury, NH  03224
    shack [at] shakers__org

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