FCA is a non-sectarian, not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to providing help and hope to Long Island's most vulnerable children, families, seniors and communities. At FCA, we envision a Long Island where a legacy of optimal health, educational success and economic security passes from one generation to the next.
Primary Responsibilities include:
FCA's Development Coordinator seeks a student intern to assist with a project on Archive Management and Historical Preservation. The intern will gain practical work experience in the field of Archives and Records Management; Archives and Museums; and Historical Preservation and develop analytical, research and writing skills. The intern will be working with our collection dating back to 1884 to research and understand issues in a larger context. Interns should be knowledgeable in research methods and sources; conducting historical research using archives, historical societies and libraries; and be able to write historical texts. FCA's Archives include original and compiled material on the origin, history and development of one of Long Island's oldest non-profit organizations founded in 1884. The internship will entail:
Qualifications and Requirements include: