Two positions are available. Development Special Projects Coordinator: work closely with the Development Team to execute an array of major gift strategies targeting footwear companies and industry leaders. Play an integral role in the planning of Annual Gala in NYC, a new event in Las Vegas, employee giving programs and other projects. Marketing Special Projects Coordinator: Work closely with the Communications Team to build a network of women leaders in the footwear industry (WIFI) or young leaders (Young Professionals for Two Ten); build communications programs with footwear companies, project lead a new national community service day for Two Ten Day on Feb. 10. Independence, excellent writing skills, poise, superior people-person skills, dynamic, multi-tasker, open to challenges, ready for action. Compensation: Offered, Flexible, to be arranged with intern. Contact information: Mr. Neal Newman, President, Phone: (781) 736-1522 Email: email@example.com 1466 Main Street, Waltham, MA, 02451. http://twoten.org/
We’re looking for a motivated, energetic person to help develop our CommunityMatters program – an initiative that works to build vibrant, enduring communities through network and partnership building, a conference, and other programming. We’re looking for someone with skills in research and writing, organization and project management, and great at working with people. Could be 24-40 hours per week depending on the candidate’s schedule/needs and skills. Job description is online, but feel free to be in touch if you have questions. http://www.orton.org/who/jobs
Position Available: Tobin Friends of Fresh Pond Club Leader
Employer: Tobin Community School [City of Cambridge Department of Human Services]
Schedule: 2 hours per week on either Tuesdays or Wednesdays, approximately 2:30–4:30. Calendar matches Cambridge Public Schools’ calendar. Openings are for sequential sessions in Winter and Spring (and next fall) which can potentially turn this into a full-year gig. [The community school also runs a summer camp and school vacation camps]
Location: Tobin School, 197 Vassal Ln, & Fresh Pond Reservation, Cambridge
Program: Seasonally-adjusted afterschool curriculum for third-graders that combines unstructured outdoor play, nature games, stewardship (volunteer work on specific reservation projects), natural history activities, outreach to wider school community, and learning site-specific Leave No Trace Principles.
Staffing: Supervision by club founder. You will officially report to Director of Tobin Community School; an intern or community school staff member will serve as assistant.
Pay: Hourly wage, commensurate with experience, on Tobin Community School specialist pay scale.
Other: If you are in an undergraduate or graduate program and want to develop an internship or similar arrangement, we are willing to work with your school to customize a program.
Bikeable Communities Trainings are geared towards people who want to create improvements and see changes towards safer bicycling in their communities. There are two trainings: part one focuses on the decision making process, and part two focuses on specific programs, policies, and projects. If you want to read more about the trainings click here!
On Saturday, October 27th, we are going to be hosting both part one and part two of the training here at the MassBike office. We would love if you could help spread the word, and if you are interested in coming, please RSVP. These are the last ones we have scheduled for the foreseeable future, so please come! I have attached the flyers if you are interested as well. See the details below, and I hope to hear from you soon!
When: Saturday, October 27th
Part 1: 9:00AM-12:00PM
Part 2: 1:00PM-4:00PM
Where: MassBike Office, 171 Milk St. Suite 33, Boston, MA 02109
Cost: FREE and open to the public!
RSVP: Please email Price@MassBike to register or call 617-542-2453
The Urban Greening Intern will play a key role in organizing tree data as well as analyzing and visualizing the extent and benefits of urban trees as a key component of a city’s green infrastructure. The intern may also be asked on occasion to interact with community residents and train them in the use of technology for performing onsite tree inventories. Required skills for this position include: An interest in urban greening, urban trees, or green infrastructure, familiarity importing data into and creating maps with GIS, comfort doing basic analysis (descriptive statistics) using a worksheet programs such as Excel and more. This is a non-paid internship. Please mail, or email cover letter and resume to: Urban Ecology Institute, Attention: Human Resources, 3 Phillips Place, Cambridge, MA 02138, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://urbaneco.org/