AIA Maryland, Barton Ross & Partners, LLC, and Preservation Maryland are pleased to offer a paid internship position for a Historic Architecture Intern on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

This Position WILL REOPEN IN SPRING 2020

Project: Provide essential fieldwork, documentation/measuring, and 2D/3D renderings of historic structures on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, specifically the Queen Anne’s County Courthouse. The selected intern will be supervised by Barton Ross, AIA, AICP, LEED AP BC+D with funding provided by AIA Maryland and Preservation Maryland.

Skills: Understanding and interest of historic construction and architecture, ability to document buildings in the field, prepare field notes and measurements into CAD floor plans and elevations, 3D rendering capability a major plus. This position is best suited for interns with a technical background in preservation, planning, and/or architecture.

Who: This internship is open to students and young professionals.

When: This internship is available to a single selected intern for a period of 3-4-weeks. Intern will work a typical workweek schedule on-site and at the offices of Barton Ross & Partners, LLC.

Where: Centreville, Maryland; some travel on the Eastern Shore required.

Compensation: The selected intern will be compensated at $10.10/hour with 160 maximum hours worked over the internship period.

To Apply: To apply, send an email to with Eastern Shore Historic Architecture Intern in the subject line and attach a PDF version of your resume and at least one relevant architectural drawing. No cover letter needed. Applications will be reviewed as they are received beginning on March 2, 2020. If you have any questions, please email

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Since 1931, Preservation Maryland has worked to protect the places, stories, and communities in Maryland that matter. As a non-profit organization, it works with partners across the state to accomplish this important mission and protect the best of Maryland. Preservation Maryland is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any classification protected by federal, state, or local law.