HPTC’s Phillip Bailey instructs corpsmembers on preservation masonry techniques.
It’s been a busy first nine months for the Hands-On Preservation Experience. From historic stable rehabilitation in Virginia, to headstone cleaning and repair in Montana, and shotgun house repairs in Georgia, the program’s burgeoning portfolio of diverse projects has seen over 100 young people and veterans from all across the country introduced to the world of preservation.
The National Trust has not been able to do this alone, as the success of this program lies in the partnerships that have formed since its beginning. From the Corps Network’s direct connection to 100+ corps in all 50 states, to the National Park Service’s array of fully funded projects, these projects would not have been possible without our partners’ shared vision of providing training and education opportunities for corpsmembers.
Of the many and varied partners involved in HOPE Crew, few are as well-positioned to help ensure work meets the Secretary of Interior’s Standards -- and open the door to for future careers in preservation -- quite like the Historic Preservation Training Center.... Read More →
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Tom Wall is the Associate Manager of Community Outreach. His background includes television production, journalism, nonprofit communications, and marketing. Originally from Santa Fe, New Mexico, Tom is a graduate of the George Washington University, with a B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication.