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Community Organizing Intern
Riders Alliance is looking for dedicated, passionate interns for Winter/Spring 2013. The Community Organizing Intern will work with our organizers to conduct community outreach in targeted neighborhoods around New York. The intern will develop skills in:
Applicants must be committed to social change and interested in learning about community organizing practices, transportation policy, and diverse communities around New York City. Applicants must be excellent with people, a strong communicator, thoughtful, detail-oriented, timely, flexible, culturally competent and able to identify sources of inequity.
We strongly encourage applicants who can read,write, and speak Spanish and who live in the following neighborhoods: South Bronx, Northwest Bronx, Northwest Queens, North Brooklyn, and South Brooklyn.
How TO APPLY:
To apply, submit a 1-page cover letter and a 1-page resume to Senior Organizer Jess Nizar at firstname.lastname@example.org; please use subject line “Internship Application.” Applications are considered on a rolling basis until Friday 1/18/2013.
The Riders Alliance is a new membership organization of subway and bus riders dedicated to winning better transit in New York. We organize our fellow passengers to win concrete improvements in transit service and to advocate with our elected officials for affordable fares, better service and stronger public investment in mass transit. http://www.ridersny.org/