Application date: January 17, 2022
Internship for course credit begins: Week of January 24, 2022
Hours: 8-10 hours/week for 12 weeks
The Architectural Conservancy of Ontario (ACO) is looking for an intern to contribute to their TOBuilt database, specifically building knowledge on Toronto’s outer boroughs, including 1940s-1970s residential architecture. Internship responsibilities would include photographing, researching and documenting the architecture of Toronto’s boroughs. The intern will be joining a team of heritage researchers, working alongside city heritage planners and consultants. The student intern may also have opportunities to participate in and engage with other ACO operations.
This placement is offered in partnership with the Canada Constructed initiative in the Department of Art History at the University of Toronto. It is offered as a course credit, and is an excellent opportunity for students interested in historic architecture, heritage and urban planning! Please note that the internship is unpaid.
Applications should include a letter of interest that covers why you want to take part in this placement, including details of any relevant coursework and experience, as well as a resume.
Send completed applications to Dr Jessica Mace email@example.com by Monday, January 17 at 11:59pm.
Students will be notified of the decision within a week, and will be enrolled in FAH 481 for the Winter 2022 session by the Art History Undergraduate Office, and begin placement in the week of January 24.