This intern will gain valuable skills in networking with planners and leaders across all of Boston’s neighborhoods and will develop an in depth understanding of how public works projects are carried out. He/she will attend important evening meetings on roadway and major construction projects and confer with the executive director on steps that can be taken to ensure better bicycling infrastructure is included. Urban planning background or interest is required, as is availability in the evenings and a willingness to travel to all corners of the City of Boston (many areas are not easily accessible by the T.) Please send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org with a resume and statement of purpose. The email should include the internship for which you are applying, your academic and career goals, the skills and experience you possess and their relevancy to the internship you are applying for, when you would like to start and end your internship, and how many hours a week you are available.
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