The Foundation shall elect twenty undergraduate and graduate students to work with the team of NPS.
Hispanic Access Foundation, in cooperation with the National Park Service (NPS) launched the Latin Legacy Program: Internship Program 2015, known in English as the Latino Heritage Internship Program, or LHIP.
This professional internship program has been designed by the NPS in order to prepare the next generation of protecting our public lands and historic sites, the availability of these, and the participation of the Latino community in conservation.
The Foundation shall elect twenty undergraduate and graduate students to work with the team of NPS in different projects of our cultural heritage throughout the nation.
I should add that all our internships have as lasting 10 weeks during the summer, and will be compensated with a generous stipend along with fully paid accommodation and transport. The deadline for submitting applications is March 31.
All projects will work in the same premises, located in more than a dozen cities across the country, and focus on different academic fields such as history, architecture, anthropology, musicology, communications and other similar fields.