Below is an announcement for a temporary full time position in NYC. It is recommended for college grads (or soon to be), but HS grads aren’t prohibited.
Please share with any of your contacts that may be interested.
NOTE – applications are due March 21, 2014, see website or attachments for more information.
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On Behalf Of Abby Halperin
Sent: Friday, February 14, 2014 11:26 AM
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Subject: [Scholars] Fwd: FW: Conservation Corps Recruitment
My name is Abby Halperin (Udall '10 and '11), I am now working at the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, and am writing to let you know about an exciting fellowship program.
The NYC Department of Parks and Recreation is seeking motivated and energetic applicants to become the next generation of leaders dedicated to public service and to protecting and enhancing New York City’s parks and natural resources. The NYC Parks Fellowship and Conservation Corps Program is a paid 40-week public service commitment that features professional placements within a diverse and dynamic city agency. Participants work on substantive projects, including: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) mapping of natural areas, supporting environmental education programs for New Yorkers of all ages, leading community engagement efforts, connecting New Yorkers to fitness and recreational opportunities, and more. These long-term placements provide valuable work experience, build momentum for NYC Parks, and supply much-needed assistance to Parks units seeking motivated participants eager to learn and apply new skills. Corps members also participate in regularly-scheduled professional development seminars and group projects that support Parks priorities, such as restoration of natural areas and community outreach activities. Through this fellowship, Corps Members will help to care for City parks while gaining crucial work experience and exposure to careers in public service and the environmental sector. This paid fellowship program begins September 8, 2014.
Additional information on the NYC Parks Fellowship and Conservation Corps and program applications can be found at http://www.nycgovparks.org/opportunities/jobs/fellowships. Applications are due March 21, 2014. I have also attached a program flyer and one-page description for your reference.
If you're interested in the program, I'd be happy to chat about it.
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