2014 PHILADELPHIA ORCHARD PROJECT INTERN POSITION
The 2014 POP Orchard Intern will assist with implementation of POP’s program of planting and supporting community orchards in the city.
Time commitment: 6-12 hours per week, for 40 weeks (schedule is flexible, 240 total hours minimum) March 22 through November 22.
Location: You will be traveling throughout the city of Philadelphia for site visits and tree care events and doing some office-based work at home and/or at POP’s headquarters in West Philly.
The Alliance for Downtown New York (Downtown Alliance) manages the Downtown-Lower Manhattan Business Improvement District, serving an area roughly from City Hall to the Battery, from the East River to West Street. We provide a host of services, including supplemental sanitation and security, economic development, streetscape and transportation improvements, marketing and enhanced tourist services.
The Operations Planning Division of MTA New York City Transit currently has two transportation planner positions open in our Rail Planning Unit.
Interested candidates should apply through the corporate careers site: http://www.related.com/our-company/careers.aspx
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