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Summer Intern, Student PIRG (Various Locations)

The Student PIRGs Summer Internship program is designed for college students who are looking to increase their experience in political organizing and strategy. This 5 week long program provides interns with opportunities to build their leadership skills, political engagement, and interest in advocacy careers. Interns will work remotely on a variety of different campaigns and take part in weekly tactical workshops to develop their skills. Our approach requires each intern not only to develop expertise in campaign strategy, but also to become skilled in organizing and the political process. As an intern you will work side by side with the professional organizing staff of The Student PIRGs.

Learn more and apply here.

Planning Intern, City of Chicopee (Chicopee MA)

The City of Chicopee’s Planning Department plans to hire two (2) interns to assist the Department with a number of on-going and upcoming projects throughout the remainder of the fiscal year 2020 and throughout fiscal year 2021 (June 1, 2020 – May 31, 2021) pending approval of the Department’s FY ’21 budget request. Selected interns will be expected to work a maximum of 20 hours per week with compensation of $17.50 per hour. Selected interns will report to the Planning Director and will collaborate with and be supported by all Planning Department Staff. Individuals planning to return to an academic program of study during the Fall 2020 or Spring 2021 semesters are encouraged to apply. Planning Staff and any selected individual(s) will develop an appropriate work schedule to accommodate class schedules as needed. This position is paid and part-time, with flexible hours.

Deadline to apply is May 22, 2020.

Please see the attached document for more information.

Communications/Media Intern, Build Repair Grow (Remote)

Build Repair Grow is a new nonprofit program in Massachusetts that
teaches young people hands-on, practical skills in growing food, cooking, repairing bikes, sewing, and basic carpentry while developing increased resiliency, critical thinking, and problem-solving techniques through project-based learning. The elimination of home arts and shop classes from schools has created a gap that Build Repair Grow helps fill.

The core mission of Build Repair Grow is to provide young people with training in practical skills critical for building resiliency, problem-solving, and self-sufficiency while promoting community health. Our programs were developed with a focus on in-person, hands-on learning. However, due to the current COVID-19 crisis, Build Repair Grow is shifting to provide online video tutorials and take-home project kits.

Learn more and apply here.

Real Estate Development Director, Worcester Common Ground Inc (Worcester MA)

WCG is seeking a dynamic individual to lead its real estate development activities and support management of its diverse asset portfolio. The ideal candidate will me a hands-on, fearless, self-motivated individual who will take on most, if not all, of the real estate duties, especially identifying new projects. An ability to successfully negotiate with property owners is essential. A bi-lingual candidate is preferred.

Deadline to apply is June 1st.

Learn more and apply here.

Water Resources Market Sector Leader, AECOM National Water Division (Washington, D.C. Location Flexible)

The National Water Division of AECOM is actively seeking a creative Water Resources Market Sector Leader to be located near any AECOM office (Location Flexible) to drive the growth, strategy and sale of engineering design services to local, state and federal clients across the United States. This position is focused on water resource projects to include the following markets: Watershed Planning,Ecosystem Restoration, Coastal Engineering, Stormwater Management, Climate & Resilience Management, Flood Hazard and Risk Management.

Learn more and apply here.

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