Native Youth in Historic Preservation

What’s one of our new year’s resolutions for 2017? Increase opportunities for Native Youth even more than last year!

The Center for Native American Youth and partners like the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) are committed to sharing opportunities to Native Youth everywhere and in every sector, including historic preservation.

Featured in the newsletter: “Seminole Lego Project: Legos, Artifacts, and Active Learning in Historic Preservation with Seminole Youth”[/caption] To start the new year, the Interagency Working Group on Native Youth in Historic Preservation chaired by the ACHP Office of Native American Affairs published a newsletter highlighting some of the latest news opportunities in the sector, including internship positions for Summer 2017! Read about the newest Seminole Lego Project, National Park Service Junior Ranger Program, the 2017 National UNITY Conference, and Summer 2017 Internship Opportunities:

Native Youth in Historic Preservation Newsletter