Stage posté par Sunday Streets, a project of Livable City
Publié le : 4 févr. 2013
Be a part of the Sunday Streets Team!
Sunday Streets creates miles of car-free roads for San Francisco residents and visitors to get out and be active in diverse San Francisco neighborhoods. Founded in 2008, Sunday Streets has grown from two to ten events each year. San Francisco was the third city in the United States to premier this free, community-oriented initiative. Since then it has become one of the nation's largest programs of its kind and is held up as a national model. Sunday Streets celebrates its fifth anniversary this year, having grown into one of the San Francisco's most exciting initiatives promoting biking, walking, recreation, and community-building.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) co-presents Sunday Streets with Livable City, the non-profit partner responsible for day to day management of the program. In the winter of 2013/2014 Livable City will be on the lookout for a team of four passionate interns to work closely with our small but dedicated staff for the 2014 season. This internship is an excellent way to learn more about sustainable transportation, public health, community building and event organizing.
Sunday Streets interns will work closely with each other and the Volunteer & Logistics Manager and Program & Marketing Manager. The internship requires 10-15 hours/week on average and no more than 40 hours/week on event weeks. Attendance at all ten Sunday Streets events is mandatory unless discussed prior to being hired. A modest stipend is provided as compensation.
Volunteer and Event Management:
Other Support for Sunday Streets Program (depending on intern skills and interests):
There are lots of other opportunities to support the Sunday Streets program, including programming, marketing, fundraising, and evaluation. Our staff is open to working with you to develop a meaningful internship with relevant hands-on learning experiences per your career objectives and personal interests.
Skills & Knowledge to be Gained
Send a letter of interest, references, and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Women and people of color strongly encouraged to apply.