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UPA 623: Comparative Urban Development Students Study Paris in Person.

 

EVENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

1) PSO and MPAS Adopt-a-Highway Cleanup Saturday March 22nd

2)Call for Posters to Display to Legislators in Frankfort: Please Drop off to Ben Leamon Rm 227 Before Monday March 24th

3) Job Opportunity with the Center for Women and Families: Manaer of Data and Performance Analysis

4) Paid Internship with the Louisville Sustainability Council

5) Postdoctoral Research Associate in Public Policy Analysis Department of Political Science and Public Administration Auburn University at Montgomery, AL

**Deadline March 31st

6) Planners of Color Interest Group of Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Call For Regional Student Representatives, 2014-2015 Deadline March 31st

7) Gina Tirinnanzi, AICP Memorial Scholarship 2014 April 1st Deadline

8) New Website for Community-Based Crowdfunding Projects: BentCanvs.com

9) C2C Fellows in Illinois in April: Leadership Training for Students

10) UPA Ph.C Candidate Doddy Iskandar to Defend Dissertation “Power and Planning in the Deconstruction of Urban Freeway: A case study of San Francisco and Milwaukee,” April 16th

11) KY Chapter of the APA (KAPA) Conference May 14-16th Call for Presentations and Volunteers Needed

12) Call For Papers

13) Scholarships, Fellowships, and Grant Opportunities

14) Internships

15) Public Administration and Urban Planning Job Opportunities

16) Academic and Research Job Opportunities

 

1) PSO and MPAS Adopt-a-Highway Cleanup Saturday March 22nd

The PSO and MPAS are hosting our first Adopt-a-Highway cleanup on Saturday March 22nd. The Department of Urban and Public affairs has adopted East Main Street and Baxter Avenue.  The route runs from the intersection of Morton Ave/Baxter Ave (Flanagan's Ale House) to KFC Yum! Center at 2nd Street. We will meet outside of the Urban Studies Institute and carpool to our "highway" at noon.  Half of the group will start at the Yum! Center and the other half will start at Flanagan's with intentions to meet/finish around Market Street where the The Flea Off Market will be happening!  We can arrange for a vehicle to be parked at the ending point to get the driver of the carpool back to their vehicle.  Trash bags, safety vests, and gloves will be provided.  Estimated duration is an hour or less (how long does it take you to walk a mile?)  For more information or to confirm attendance, please contact Matt McGee (502.727.9806  or mdmcgee87@gmail.com).

2) Call for Posters to Display to Legislators in Frankfort: Please Drop off to Ben Leamon Rm 227 Before Monday March 24th

UofL's Graduate Student Council has partnered with the graduate student leadership from the University of Kentucky to drum up legislative support for the work of graduate students in the Commonwealth. As part of our larger plan, we are aiming to fill Frankfort's annex tunnel with research by Kentucky graduate students, aimed at a general audience, and in fields of interest to Kentucky's economy, or to its people. Some of those fields might include economic forecasting, health care, natural resource use, or watershed development, but the field is really pretty wide. In general, we want to avoid highly technical posters, as legislators come from all walks of life, and might not have long to really digest complex models, for example. We also want to avoid controversial topics, like mountaintop removal or bridges over the Ohio.

 

The Graduate Student Council will accept posters at the GSC office, located inside the SIGS suite over in Houchens, until March 24th. We highly encourage students to put their university contact information on the poster, so that legislators can reach out if they want to know more. All graduate students (individually or as groups) are welcome to submit posters. These posters will go on display for one week, and will be returned to students after that time expires.

If interested in submitting please email Ben Leamon benjamin.leamon@louisville.edu

3) Job Opportunity with the Center for Women and Families: Manager of Data and Performance Analysis

https://www.mycareernetwork.com/clientResumeMgr/JobSearchDetails.aspx?JobID=169765&frame=false

4) Paid Internship with the Louisville Sustainability Council

The Louisville Sustainability Council is seeking an intern to assist with data collection and analysis for Louisville/Jefferson County’s certification through the STAR Community Rating System. The STAR Community Rating System is the first national framework to measure sustainability at the city or county scale and provide a tracking system to help local governments measure progress towards achieving community sustainability goals. For more information on STAR, please see: http://www.starcommunities.org.

The Louisville Sustainability Council (LSC) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that engages and collaborates with the community to facilitate the achievement of Louisville’s sustainability goals.  The LSC is the go-to organization coordinating regional sustainability efforts by hosting events, connecting partners, collecting and sharing data, and facilitating community action teams. The LSC is working in close partnership with Louisville Metro’s Office of Sustainability on the STAR project.

For more information view the full posting.

5) Postdoctoral Research Associate in Public Policy Analysis Department of Political Science and Public Administration Auburn University at Montgomery, AL

**Deadline March 31st

The Department of Political Science and Public Administration at Auburn University at

Montgomery (AUM) seeks to fill a Postdoctoral Research Associate position starting no later than August 1, 2014. The research associate is expected to conduct independent research and participate in the ongoing research at the AUM Institute for Accountability and Government Efficiency (IAGE), which was established to assist Alabama in efforts to improve government efficiency. IAGE achieves this goal through research, use of expert panels in a study-group methodology, feasibility studies and, in some cases, policy implementation assistance to state agencies.

Position Responsibilities

• Conduct research in various areas of public policy relevant to the Alabama state

government.

• Interface with the AUM Center for Government staff and provide support to IAGE

projects.

• Maintain an open and active relationship with IAGE clients and stakeholders.

• Present research findings to both academic and non-academic audiences.

• Teach one political science course each semester.

• Publish research results in peer-reviewed journals.

Position Requirements

• A Ph.D. (by start date and no later than August 1, 2014) in political science, or a related

social or policy science discipline.

• Experience with data/statistical analysis, including proficiency in one or more standard

computer packages for statistical analysis such as SAS and SPSS.

• Proven ability in interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills.

• Ability to work in a collaborative and multidisciplinary environment.

• Research experience in state and/or local government policy issues (preferred).

• Knowledge of government finance (preferred).

• Teaching experience (preferred).

Salary and Benefits

This is a twelve-month salaried position (with the possibility for renewal for one additional year) with standard AUM employee benefits. Salary is competitive.

Application Process

Applications must be completed through the AUMJobs website (www.jobs.aum.edu). Applications for this position must include a cover letter identifying the candidate’s qualifications and research interests, curriculum vitae, writing sample, graduate transcripts (unofficial versions are acceptable for screening), professional reference sheet, and three confidential letters of reference. Official transcripts will be required before appointment.  Letters of reference must be sent by email to politicalscience@aum.edu or by mail to:

Post-doctoral Search

Department of Political Science and Public Administration

Auburn University at Montgomery

P.O. Box 244023

Montgomery, AL 36124-4023

 

Review of applications will begin March 31, 2014.

Auburn University at Montgomery is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to excellencethrough diversity; therefore, we encourage applications from historically underrepresented groups.

6) Planners of Color Interest Group of Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Call For Regional Student Representatives, 2014-2015 Deadline March 31st

Timeline:

31 March 2014: Deadline for applications

1-15 April 2014: Applications reviewed and new student representatives selected.

October 30, 2014: POCIG Governing Board Meeting, Philadelphia, PA (ACSP Conference) POCIG (the Planners of Color Interest Group) of ACSP (the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning) invites students to apply to one of six POCIG Regional Student Representatives. The Regional Representatives are officers within POCIG who work with the Executive Committee to promote the mission of POCIG. The Representatives will attend the annual POCIG business meeting held during the ACSP annual conference. Additionally, these Representatives will act as a liaison for PhD students of color and other POCIG student members in their region by bringing their concerns, and ideas to the Executive Committee.

 

In addition to these general tasks, Representatives will help to support initiatives related to the POCIG Strategic Plan. Current tasks include continuing to establish a database of funding opportunities for student research, helping to coordinate student Writing Accountability Groups in their region, and helping to coordinate potential mentoring and recruitment events. Ideally the Regional Students Representative position will also be an opportunity for PhD students to build community, and connect with students across their region, as well as to faculty members in planning and related fields. Representatives will be selected from five US regions (Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, Central and West), alongside one Canadian Representative.

 

Each Representative is appointed for a one year term with the possibility of renewal.

To Apply please send:

1.Statement of interest (2 pages max) describing your interest in the position, what skills and experience you bring to the position, and any of your goals, initiatives or ideas you would like to see happen as a representative.

2.Resume or CV (2 pages max). Please include your expected graduation date.

3. Department or Committee Chair letter of support (may be sent separately)

Please send your application materials as a single PDF, by 12:00 midnight PST, March 31, 2014 to ssimpson@ucdavis.edu.

For more details:

About POCIG please see our website: http://www.acsp.org/aboutpocig

For specific questions about the positions feel free to contact Sheryl-Ann Simpson[ssimpson@ucdavis.edu]

***

POCIG (the Planners of Color Interest Group) is an interest group within ACSP that brings togethermembers interested in supporting the needs of planners and communities of color. POCIG's objectivesinclude serving as advocates within ACSP, as well as encouraging planning organizations generally to work towards a wider representation of planners of color at the leadership and community level.

 

 

7) Gina Tirinnanzi, AICP Memorial Scholarship 2014 April 1st Deadline

Gina Tirinnanzi, AICP, was a founding member of the New Urbanism Division of the American Planning Association. Gina graduated from Purdue University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Landscape Architecture, which was followed by a Master’s Degree in planning from George Washington University, where she discovered the still‐young New Urbanism movement. During her career in both the public and private sectors, she had a passion for implementing the principles of New Urbanism on the site and neighborhood levels. Gina felt that New Urbanism was a critical component of urban planning and design, and she traveled extensively to study projects throughout the US and Europe. She served as a mentor to students and young professionals, and she helped to create the Division in order to make New Urbanism relevant and accessible to practicing planners. Fulfilling a personal goal to become a certified planner, Gina passed the AICP exam; she did this despite an ongoing battle with cancer that finally claimed her life in 2010. She left behind her husband, three daughters, and a passion for New Urbanism that this Division strives to equal.

In an effort to commemorate Gina’s contribution to the Division and to further the Division’s desire to spread the word about New Urbanism to our next generation of planners, we established the Gina Tirinnanzi Memorial Scholarship in 2011. Division leadership is renewing their commitment to student planners by offering this scholarship again, to be presented at the 2014 APA National Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.

Scholarship information

Summary: Applications are invited from students enrolled in PAB, NAAB, or LAAB‐accredited programs (both bachelors and masters) and recent graduates from across the U.S. The $500 scholarship will be awarded on the basis of a letter of recommendation from a faculty member and an original student paper or work. The original student submission should be 2,000 to 2,500 words and speak to practitioners about a substantive topic related to New Urbanism and planning.

Theme: Immigration/emigration and New Urbanism

The theme is not a requirement for submission, but those submissions that address the theme will receive additional points during the evaluation process.

Deadline for submittals: April 1, 2014

Detailed guidelines:

- Must be a Student or New Planner member of APA and the division no later than one month after the submittal deadline

- Must be a student or recent graduate of a PAB, NAAB, or LAAB‐accredited program. Both Masters and Bachelors degree programs are acceptable.

-Submissions must be the original work of the author(s), primarily created during the enrollment as a student. Submittals should be approximately 2,000‐2,500 words, in a format appropriate for publication in the division newsletter. Supporting graphics, photos, illustrations, etc. are permissible and encouraged.  For fairness, theses are not generally acceptable due to length, but summary of a thesis maybe submitted.  Similarly, videos and graphics‐only presentations are not acceptable by themselves as they are not readily reproducible in print.

- Must submit a complete application package, including a recommendation from a faculty member

- Group submittals are acceptable, with the award amount split evenly among the authors

o If submitted by a group, ALL authors must be division members

- Entries will be reviewed by a committee of NUD members and invited reviewers. Submittals will be evaluated on the amount of new research, applicability to the planning profession, relevance

to the theme, technical merit, and creativity.

Detailed award descriptions:

-First place: $500 scholarship for education or travel, publication of the work in the New

Urbanism in Practice newsletter, and the opportunity to present the project at the NUD annual meeting at the national conference

- Second place: publication in the New Urbanism in Practice newsletter, and the opportunity to present the project at the NUD annual meeting at the national conference

- Other entries may be held for future publication in the New Urbanism in Practice newsletter

Application requirements:

All of the following materials must be submitted by the deadline to constitute a complete scholarship application:

- Completed and signed application form (available on the Division website).

- A brief personal and background statement written by the student, describing their interest in a career in planning and describing what impact the student wants to make as a practicing planner. The statement should be no more than 400 words.

- One letter of recommendation in support of the student's application and career goals, written by a faculty member.

-Verification of student enrollment (for current students) or a copy of diploma (for New Planners) in/from a Planning Accreditation Board, National Architectural Accrediting Board, or Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board accredited program.

-The paper or work being submitted in pdf format. The paper or work should be marked with the authors’ APA member number(s), but not name(s).

Please note, if awarded the scholarship, a text‐only version and separate image files will need tobe submitted in order to meet publication requirements.

- For group submissions, the group may submit one application form, personal statement, and faculty letter, but each group member must submit enrollment verification.

For questions regarding the scholarship application and submission requirements, please contact thescholarship coordinator Nathan Bilger, nbilger@townofwhiteland.com, or Division Chair Martin Scribner, mscribner@nkapc.org.

 

 

8) New Website for Community-Based Crowdfunding Projects: BentCanvs.com

BentCanvs envisions communities as blank canvases for those within the local area to transform into amazing solutions. Our communities are facing various obstacles & BentCanvs wants to improve communities by providing an outlet for the implementation of solutions. BentCanvs is the only local donation based crowdfunding platform dedicated to community improvement. Crowdfunding is a financial method to raise funds for creative projects, via online donations.

 

BentCanvs is now accepting campaigns for the month of April. For more information visit www.BentCanvs.com or follow us on Facebook. For questions or concerns email founder & alumni of the University of Louisville Randy S. VanHoose @ rsvanhoose@BentCanvs.com.

 

Currently there are two great projects:

 

Bluegrass Youth Sustainability Council is a project-based organization composed of a cross-section of environmentally passionate students from each Fayette County public & private high schools. They are trying to raise funds for different projects.

 

Permaganic is providing teens with a place to learn job-readiness skills & earn money while learning invaluable life lessons and building. Their campaign is raising funds to sponsor CSA shares for needy families.

 

9) C2C Fellows in Illinois in April: Leadership Training for Students

 

http://www.bard.edu/cep/c2c/

C2C Fellows is more than just a workshop: we are a growing national network of young leaders who believe that careers in sustainable business and politics can help them change the world. C2C is excited to bring our workshop to IL in April (details below).  Young leaders are invited to apply today.

C2C Fellows Workshop

SUSTAINABILITY LEADERSHIP FOR POLICY AND BUSINESS
​April 25-27,2014 Moraine Valley Community College, Palos Hills, IL

C2C Fellows workshops, sponsored by the Bard Center for Environmental Policy , are for current students and recent graduates who want high-impact careers in sustainable business, politics, and policy. C2C Fellows teaches leadership skills necessary to succeed, such as how to: raise money, tell your story, build your network, pitch your idea, and know what you’re good at.

 

apply today. Only 60 students from the midwestern US will be accepted into this national leadership network. The cost of the weekend training is $20 for SHMEC members, and $30 for all others.  Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and are due no later than April 11th.

For more info contact:

Jess Scott

C2C Fellows Workshop Director
Bard Center for Environmental Policy
www.c2cfellows.org

Ph: (845) 752-4514

10) UPA Ph.D Candidate Doddy Iskandar to Defend Dissertation “Power and Planning in the Deconstruction of Urban Freeway: A case study of San Francisco and Milwaukee,” April 16th

The presentation “Power and Planning in the Deconstruction of Urban Freeway: A case study of San Francisco and Milwaukee,” will take place in Rm 123 State Data Center April 16th from 1:30-3:30pm

 

 

11) KY Chapter of the APA (KAPA) Conference May 14-16th Volunteers Needed

The Annual KAPA Conference is May 14-16 at General Butler State Park and the theme is “Different Perspectives – Making Projects Happen”

 

 

Also,  volunteers are needed and will receive free conference registration.  If interested, contact John Bucher jbucher@CORRADINO.com

 

Please visit the website for more information.  http://www.kapa.org/special_events.html

 

12) Call for Papers

CALL FOR PAPERS for the Reducing Urban Poverty 2014 Graduate Student Paper Competition, Policy Workshop and Publication

Abstracts due: April 30, 2014

To encourage a new generation of urban policy makers and promote early career research, USAID, International Housing Coalition (IHC), World Bank, the Wilson Center, and Cities Alliance are co-sponsoring a fifth annual paper competition, seeking abstracts on urban poverty in the developing world. Winning papers will be published and selected authors will present their work in a policy workshop to be held at the Wilson Center in Washington, D.C. in January, 2015. The grand prize winner will receive a travel stipend to present the paper at a Cities Alliance Forum in Brussels.

Papers must be linked to one of the following sub-topics:

Cities and Climate Change

Cities are where the battle for climate change will be fought and won. Urban areas account for 70-80% of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, yet on a per capita basis many cities emit less GHG than their rural and suburban counterparts. Cities, especially in coastal areas, are being forced to adapt to the realities of climate change. Cities are also on the cutting edge of innovations in energy efficiency and GHG mitigation through interventions in sectors such as urban planning and design, transportation and storm water management. Papers on this topic should explore the ways in which cities of the developing world are adapting to, and mitigating the severity of, climate change.

 

Urban Resiliency

Recent urban disasters, such as the 2010 earthquake in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, or the typhoon that hit the coastal city of Tacloban in the Philippines, expose the unique challenges and opportunities of responding to natural and man-made disasters occurring near urban agglomerations. Responding to and recovering from the destruction of housing, basic services and public infrastructure is particularly challenging in urban settings, as is planning for disaster risk reduction in the future. At the same time, the density of population and infrastructure in cities makes planning for permanent reconstruction while still enabling temporary solutions for victims of disasters extremely difficult. Papers on this topic should focus on long term reconstruction planning, preparedness, early response, resiliency, and recovery, and could address issues such as shelter and housing, service delivery, infrastructure, or city planning in a post-disaster setting.

Inclusive Cities

With rapid global urbanization, cities are becoming spaces where increasingly diverse populations negotiate differences in race, class, ethnicity, nationality and gender. In particular, unprecedented rates of migration are testing the capacity of cities for accommodation. Inclusive pluralism is an essential aspect of sustainable urban development. What are the policies and practices that help marginalized urbanized populations more fully access infrastructure and services and participate in the city’s social, political and economic activities? Papers on this topic should examine policies that are confronting the challenges of urban diversity, developing and strengthening urban inclusion through governance structures, civic engagement, planning, the use of city space, and other mechanisms.

Impacts of the Informal Economy

The economic power of cities is well documented. Less documented is the scale of the informal economy, although this is beginning to change. Informal settlements are full of entrepreneurial men and women who earn livelihoods by providing urban service delivery such as water and transportation. Cities can take advantage of the economic potential by supporting local economic development and encouraging urban productivity. Papers on this topic should explore innovations in measuring the informal economy and supporting productive livelihoods in urban areas, especially in informal settlements. Process and Timeline

♦ Eligibility

This call for papers is directed at PhD students and advanced Masters students. To be eligible, applicants should be currently enrolled in a degree program as of April 30, 2014. Papers can be co-authored, as long as each author is a graduate student. In this case, only one author will present at the policy workshop.

♦ Abstract Submissions

o Abstracts (max 500 words) and a brief CV should be submitted to the selection committee by April 30, 2014. Submissions should be sent to UrbanPaperComp@WilsonCenter.org

o Abstracts should contain a title, paper description, author name and affiliation, and specify which of the topical areas listed below the paper will most directly address.

♦ Criteria for Selection

o Abstracts should present a clear, compelling research question.

o Preference will be given to the presentation of original, field-based research that builds upon existing scholarship as opposed to desk or literature reviews.

o Paper proposals should be policy-based and solutions-oriented and should critically examine existing projects and/or propose new strategies for tackling issues related to urban poverty in the developing world.

o Abstracts should be clearly linked to one or more of the sub-topics outlined below.

♦ Request for Full Papers

o A panel composed of members of the sponsor organizations will review submitted abstracts and request full papers from finalists.

o Applicants will be notified in mid-May whether they will be asked to write a full paper, which will be due by July 31, 2014.

o Completed papers should be a maximum of 20 pages in length including appendixes (double-spaced, Times New Roman 12pt font) and utilize the guidelines used by the Chicago Manual of Style.

♦ Publication

o Roughly 10 of the full papers will be compiled in a book and published by the Woodrow Wilson Center.

o Publication of each selected paper is subject to review and will be contingent upon completion of suggested revisions by the authors, should they be requested by the selection committee.

♦ Policy Workshop:

o 3-5 of the authors selected for publication will be invited to Washington, DC in January, 2015 to take part in a unique “policy workshop” that will bring together academics, policy makers and students for an interactive discussion of international urban development topics. The session will focus on bridging gaps between policy and academia, theory and practice. Workshop invitees will be provided with a travel stipend to help cover transportation and accommodation costs.

o At the workshop, students will be paired with a senior development expert who will serve as a discussant for their paper.

o The grand prize winner will be awarded a travel stipend to present the paper at a Cities Alliance Forum in Brussels (Belgium).

Papers from a variety of perspectives are appropriate, including (but not limited to) urban planning, economics, political science, geography, public policy, law, sociology, environment, anthropology, housing policy, governance, emergency services, and public health.

For more information, please contact UrbanPaperComp@WilsonCenter.org

For more information on last year’s competition, please visit: http://www.wilsoncenter.org/event/innovation-urban-development-incremental-housing-approaches-and-big-data-for-smarter-cities

US Green Building Council Students Regional Conference at Purdue, University March 28-30, 2014

USGBC Students to their upcoming USGBC Students Regional Conference. This event will take place the weekend of March 28th - March 30th at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana.

The conference will be three days of sustainable activities including campus tours, keynote speakers, workshops, a banquet, and a possible LEED Green Associate Prep Course. The Purdue USGBC Students Chapter is looking to build upon last year’s conference held at MSU to make this an impactful conference and is looking to keep early bird registration costs around $35, which includes Saturday night dinner presentation, banquet, and dance.

There will be more information regarding registration and workshop details to come. The theme of the conference is “Lead/LEED, the next generation” and will focus on LEED v4 and beyond sustainable topics and provide leadership training opportunities to help you become the future sustainable leaders today.

For more information check out the official Facebook page or e-mail Elizabeth Kindelan
ekindela@purdue.edu

 

 

Midwest Public Affairs Conference (MPAC) Inaugural Meeting March 27-29, 2014

Call For Papers

 

The Midwest Public Affairs Conference (MPAC) is an educational consortium forming to facilitate research, collaboration and socialization for academics, graduate students, and practitioners. It is an ASPA-affiliated event, and is intended to serve a similar function as other regional conferences in the field, such as the Northeast Conference on Public Administration (NECoPA) and the Southeastern Conference of Public Administration (SECoPA). The inaugural meeting will be held on the campus of Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne on March 27-29, 2014.


The conference’s primary service region encompasses portions of ASPA Districts 2-4, and represents 9 states, 56 NASPAA-member programs, 18 doctoral degree-granting institutions and 16 ASPA chapters. Our executive board believes that sufficient need exists to justify this initiative and guarantee its future success. Additionally, we are working with the Institute of Government at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock to establish an affiliated publication, the Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs.


The link below will take you to the conference website, which includes the call for proposals, and provides details of our leadership, venue, hotel, keynote speaker and journal. Please forward this email to any faculty members, graduate students or alumni whom you feel would benefit from participating in the event. A follow-up message will provide you with a document detailing opportunities for sponsorship and service. I hope that you are excited about the return of a regional conference to the Midwest, and I would be glad to answer any questions you have. Thank you for your consideration and support.

 

Midwest Public Affairs Conference

http://www.midwestpac.org

 

http://midwestpac.org/wordpress/?page_id=22

 

 

13) Scholarships, Fellowships, and Grant Opportunities

 

Urban Planning Scholarships Through the American Planning Association

https://www.planning.org/scholarships/

 

Gina Tirinnanzi, AICP Memorial Scholarship 2014 April 1st Deadline

Gina Tirinnanzi, AICP, was a founding member of the New Urbanism Division of the American Planning Association. Gina graduated from Purdue University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Landscape Architecture, which was followed by a Master’s Degree in planning from George Washington University, where she discovered the still‐young New Urbanism movement. During her career in both the public and private sectors, she had a passion for implementing the principles of New Urbanism on the site and neighborhood levels. Gina felt that New Urbanism was a critical component of urban planning and design, and she traveled extensively to study projects throughout the US and Europe. She served as a mentor to students and young professionals, and she helped to create the Division in order to make New Urbanism relevant and accessible to practicing planners. Fulfilling a personal goal to become a certified planner, Gina passed the AICP exam; she did this despite an ongoing battle with cancer that finally claimed her life in 2010. She left behind her husband, three daughters, and a passion for New Urbanism that this Division strives to equal.

In an effort to commemorate Gina’s contribution to the Division and to further the Division’s desire to spread the word about New Urbanism to our next generation of planners, we established the Gina Tirinnanzi Memorial Scholarship in 2011. Division leadership is renewing their commitment to student planners by offering this scholarship again, to be presented at the 2014 APA National Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.

Scholarship information

Summary: Applications are invited from students enrolled in PAB, NAAB, or LAAB‐accredited programs (both bachelors and masters) and recent graduates from across the U.S. The $500 scholarship will be awarded on the basis of a letter of recommendation from a faculty member and an original student paper or work. The original student submission should be 2,000 to 2,500 words and speak to practitioners about a substantive topic related to New Urbanism and planning.

Theme: Immigration/emigration and New Urbanism

The theme is not a requirement for submission, but those submissions that address the theme will receive additional points during the evaluation process.

Deadline for submittals: April 1, 2014

Detailed guidelines:

- Must be a Student or New Planner member of APA and the division no later than one month after the submittal deadline

- Must be a student or recent graduate of a PAB, NAAB, or LAAB‐accredited program. Both Masters and Bachelors degree programs are acceptable.

-Submissions must be the original work of the author(s), primarily created during the enrollment as a student. Submittals should be approximately 2,000‐2,500 words, in a format appropriate for publication in the division newsletter. Supporting graphics, photos, illustrations, etc. are permissible and encouraged.  For fairness, theses are not generally acceptable due to length, but summary of a thesis maybe submitted.  Similarly, videos and graphics‐only presentations are not acceptable by themselves as they are not readily reproducible in print.

- Must submit a complete application package, including a recommendation from a faculty member

- Group submittals are acceptable, with the award amount split evenly among the authors

o If submitted by a group, ALL authors must be division members

- Entries will be reviewed by a committee of NUD members and invited reviewers. Submittals will be evaluated on the amount of new research, applicability to the planning profession, relevance

to the theme, technical merit, and creativity.

Detailed award descriptions:

-First place: $500 scholarship for education or travel, publication of the work in the New

Urbanism in Practice newsletter, and the opportunity to present the project at the NUD annual meeting at the national conference

- Second place: publication in the New Urbanism in Practice newsletter, and the opportunity to present the project at the NUD annual meeting at the national conference

- Other entries may be held for future publication in the New Urbanism in Practice newsletter

Application requirements:

All of the following materials must be submitted by the deadline to constitute a complete scholarship application:

- Completed and signed application form (available on the Division website).

- A brief personal and background statement written by the student, describing their interest in a career in planning and describing what impact the student wants to make as a practicing planner. The statement should be no more than 400 words.

- One letter of recommendation in support of the student's application and career goals, written by a faculty member.

-Verification of student enrollment (for current students) or a copy of diploma (for New Planners) in/from a Planning Accreditation Board, National Architectural Accrediting Board, or Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board accredited program.

-The paper or work being submitted in pdf format. The paper or work should be marked with the authors’ APA member number(s), but not name(s).

Please note, if awarded the scholarship, a text‐only version and separate image files will need tobe submitted in order to meet publication requirements.

- For group submissions, the group may submit one application form, personal statement, and faculty letter, but each group member must submit enrollment verification.

For questions regarding the scholarship application and submission requirements, please contact thescholarship coordinator Nathan Bilger, nbilger@townofwhiteland.com, or Division Chair Martin Scribner, mscribner@nkapc.org.

 

 

 

Scholarships from the Blue Grass Community Foundation

 

Blue Grass Community Foundation is happy to announce a variety of scholarships being offered to undergraduate and graduate students for 2014! You will probably remember most of these scholarships from last year, but recent updates have been made to many applications and/or criteria. A complete list of all scholarships (with applications, criteria and deadlines) offered at BGCF can be found on our website at: http://bgcf.org/learn/how-to-receive/for-scholarship-seekers/.

 

Let me know if you have questions about any of these scholarships and I’d be happy to answer your questions.

 

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14) Internships

Paid Internship with the Louisville Sustainability Council

The Louisville Sustainability Council is seeking an intern to assist with data collection and analysis for Louisville/Jefferson County’s certification through the STAR Community Rating System. The STAR Community Rating System is the first national framework to measure sustainability at the city or county scale and provide a tracking system to help local governments measure progress towards achieving community sustainability goals. For more information on STAR, please see: http://www.starcommunities.org.

The Louisville Sustainability Council (LSC) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that engages and collaborates with the community to facilitate the achievement of Louisville’s sustainability goals.  The LSC is the go-to organization coordinating regional sustainability efforts by hosting events, connecting partners, collecting and sharing data, and facilitating community action teams. The LSC is working in close partnership with Louisville Metro’s Office of Sustainability on the STAR project.

For more information view the full posting.

 

Paid Internship Program: Village of Glendale, OH Position

 

 

$10 - $12/hour range depending on skills and experience.

 

A planning student would be ideal. They must be willing and capable of reviewing, recognizing and organizing all building, planning and zoning-related records. They will also be exposed to monthly planning and historic review processes – but will not be relied upon for this work. The Village worked with a records intern last summer but due to a lack of time, the Building, Planning and zoning materials, including subdivisions and Board of Appeals records were collected but not evaluated. These need further review, organization and refinement for current and future management and storage. After a brief orientation, this intern would be asked to review and assess these materials for accessibility, historical value, and in accordance with our records retention schedule. They may be asked to contact other communities and agencies for best practices and to research certain aspects of our zoning code.

For more information and to apply for a position please visit www.c4lg.org.  Contact interns@c4lg.org

PAID INTERNSHIP Transportation Planner

Planning Commission Licking County Ohio (LCATS)

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Enrolled in a course of study to obtain a degree in Urban Planning, Engineering, Geography, Computer Science, Public Administration or related field.  A valid driver’s license and safe driving record is required.  GIS knowledge is desirable.

 

Additional Qualifications (Agency/Dept. Qualifications):

Must frequently lift and/or move up to 65 pounds for traffic counting equipment.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, and outside weather conditions.  The employee must feel comfortable working in traffic.

 

Hours: Typical schedule – Monday-Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm         , occasionally other hours as assigned

Summer Full Time (40 hours/week), potential for part-time remainder of year (10-20 hours/week)

Salary: $9.38-$12.51 per hour, depending on qualifications.

 

Duties:

 

  • Collects traffic count data for use in Travel Demand Forecasting Model, corridor studies, and other projects.
  • Develops GIS data layers for traffic volumes and other transportation data layers. Creates GIS mapping for transportation studies.
  • Assists in developing planning studies, implementation of studies, such as bicycle plans, safety studies, corridor studies, transit plans, etc.
  • Assists in data analysis and report compilation.

 

 

Application Procedures: Submit completed application, resume and cover letter to the Licking County Human Resources Department, 20 South Second Street, 3rd Floor, Newark, Ohio 43055.  Applications can be obtained in person in the Human Resources Department between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. daily or printed from the web site at www.lcounty.com.

Internship with Louisville Metro Planning and Design Services

Louisville Metro Planning & Design Services is currently looking to fill an unpaid internship position.  They would like to create a GIS layer showing development approvals in Jefferson County that would include a detailed spreadsheet of the development proposals (i.e. housing units, commercial square footage, etc.).  They are looking for someone with a good knowledge of ArcGIS that can help them create this layer and help with designing layouts that would potentially be shown to the public, government officials and the Mayor.

 

For more info or to apply, please contact Joe Reverman at (502) 574-6246 or joseph.reverman@louisvilleky.gov

 

Family Health Centers-Phoenix Health Care for the Homeless Intern

Family Health Centers-Phoenix, a Health Care for the Homeless provider is seeking applicants for a paid internship during the Spring 2014 semester.  The intern will provide outreach and social services support to persons experiencing homelessness and formerly homeless individuals living in permanent supportive housing.  Duties for this position will primarily entail conducting assessments and screenings with homeless and formerly homeless persons.  The intern will work in a variety of settings including in the clinic, homeless shelters, the streets, and/or in the homes of housed individuals.  The intern will also be responsible for entering data, maintaining databases, and assisting in the preparation of written reports.  The intern will work 15-20 hours per week and paid at a rate of $12.00 per hour.  Applicants must be currently enrolled as a graduate student in social services, public administration, or a closely related field and should demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills.  Experience working in a social services setting is preferred but not required.  If interested, please submit a cover letter and resume to Carey Addison at caddison@fhclouisville.org.  Any questions may be directed to Mr. Addison by email or phone at 569-1663.

Internship Available with the Spina Bifida Association of Kentucky

The Spina Bifida Association of Kentucky is seeking spring, summer, and fall interns to manage our Adopt-A-Ghost fundraising program. Interns will be fully responsible for reaching out to businesses across Kentucky to solicit participation in this fun, awareness-building program that takes place in October each year.

 

For more information, please contact Shannon White, Director of Development, at (502) 637-7363.

 

1000 FRIENDS OF OREGON INTERNSHIP FOR SUMMER 2014 IN PORTLAND, OREGON

1000 Friends of Oregon is a thirty-seven year old public interest organization that advocates smart growth through comprehensive land use and transportation planning, using Oregon’s renowned planning program. We work with citizens across Oregon to enhance the state’s quality of life by building livable urban and rural communities and protecting family farms and forests.

The Gerhardt Internship was established in 1986 to commemorate the life and work of 1000 Friends' first planner, Paul Gerhardt, Jr.

PURPOSE

The purpose of the internship is to provide an opportunity for on-the-job experience for planning students or those in similar fields, especially for those interested in public service.

TERMS

The position is for 35 hours per week for 10 weeks, at the 1000 Friends’ Portland office. A stipend of $4,500 is provided. Limited additional funds are available for assistance with travel expenses to and from Portland.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK: SUPERVISION

The intern will work on one or two large projects, such as 1000 Friends’ efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through linking land use and transportation, or to preserve farm land. The intern might also work on smaller, short-term projects to gain a wider acquaintance with Oregon's land use program. Supervision will be provided by the 1000 Friends’ staff member overseeing each project.

SELECTION CRITERIA

The criteria used in selecting the intern include academic excellence, demonstrated interest in public service, evidence of initiative, and the ability to work independently. Preference will be given to undergraduates majoring in planning or a related field and graduates who have not yet begun graduate school. However, students in graduate school will be considered. Law students are specifically excluded.

APPLICATIONS AND DEADLINES

Applications should include a cover letter, resume, academic transcript, writing sample, and three reference letters, including at least two from professors familiar with the applicant’s work. References should offer a confidential evaluation of the applicant's qualifications as measured against the criteria above and should be sent directly to 1000 Friends of Oregon; references should provide full contact information. The writing sample can be on any topic and need not be lengthy. Complete applications, including reference letters, must be received by Thursday, February 20, 2014. The intern will be selected by Thursday, March 20, 2014 and will be notified by phone shortly thereafter. Those not selected will be informed by letter. Please send applications to:

Gerhardt Internship

1000 Friends of Oregon

133 SW 2nd Ave, Suite 201

Portland, Oregon 97204-2515

or via email to the robin@friends.org

For additional information, check our web site, www.friends.org; or email Robin Jennings, Administrative Assistant, at robin@friends.org, or by phone at 503-497-1000, x 125.

Center for Neighborhoods Internship Opportunity

 

The Center for Neighborhoods (CFN) has internships available for interested graduate and undergraduate university students.  CFN works in neighborhoods within Metro Louisville on leadership skills development, community engagement, green/sustainable initiatives and overall neighborhood development through a variety of programs including:

  • 12-week Institute curriculums (Neighborhood Institute, Green Institute)
  • Neighborhood Assessment Surveys
  • Walkability Assessments
  • PAINT Projects (Partnering Art in Neighborhoods Together); and
  • Technical Support to Neighborhood and Homeowner Associations

 

If you have a passion for community building and would like to further the development of healthy and sustainable neighborhoods throughout Metro Louisville, apply for this internship.  We are glad to work with your instructor or advisor to arrange your course or internship credit.

 

Desired Skills

  • Computer Skills -- Excel, Word, Adobe, Social Media, Constant Contact, ArcGIS, Website Update
  • Research Capabilities -- Survey data entry, Data Analysis (ACCESS, SPSS, SAS), Best Practices
  • Writing Skills -- Reports, Fliers, Agendas, Newsletter Articles, Meeting Notes
  • GIS Mapping -- Familiarity/Experience with ArcGIS software

 

We're looking for someone who is a self-starter, who can work with diverse groups and individuals, and who is eager to engage folks in innovative change initiatives.  If you are interested in assisting a great organization that has cultivated strong neighborhoods throughout our community, partners with many other organizations, and provides a tremendous networking opportunity, CFN wants YOU!

 

To apply, please contact Lisa Dettlinger at 502-589-0343 or email at lisad@centerforneighborhoods.org

Internship Available with Community Farm Alliance

 

Community Farm Alliance is seeking a part-time Intern for the Spring 2014 semester.

 

Community Farm Alliance is a well-established, state-wide non-profit organization dedicated to organizing and encouraging cooperation among rural and urban citizens through leadership development and grassroots democratic processes to ensure an essential, prosperous place for family-scale agriculture in our economies and communities.  CFA is dedicated to addressing issues relevant to local farmers, sustainability, low-income food access, food injustice, economic development, and agricultural development.

 

Beginning in January, the CFA Intern will be assisting with a USDA funded grant to study the feasibility of a state-wide food policy network.  The Intern will assist with organizing focus groups, listening sessions, regional meetings, and strategic Steering Committee meetings. They will assist with data collection and program evaluation.  Interns will work in conjunction with CFA organizers, regional leaders, and a consulting firm.  Interns will have the opportunity to participate in community outreach and the development of a food policy network model.

 

Contact Heather Hyden at the Community Farm Alliance

heather@cfaky.org

communityfarmalliance.org

Internship with the Greater Louisville Project

The Greater Louisville Project is an independent, non-partisan civic initiative supported by a consortium of foundations.  For the last decade, the GLP has acted as a catalyst for civic action by providing research and data analysis to engage the community in a shared agenda for long-term progress.  We strive to educate and inform through sharing national and local research, data and best practices around a city’s competitiveness overall and the Greater Louisville Project’s Deep Drivers of Change: 21st Century Jobs, Education, and Quality of Place.

Intern Title: Community Engagement Intern

Overview: Greater Louisville Project is expanding its community outreach through various communications, public relations and community engagement strategies and tactics.  Assistance and coordination in the execution of a branding / communication plan through modern, engaging tools and formats as well as enhanced public relations are the focus of this internship.  The position is unpaid and requires 10 to 20 hours per week, to begin immediately.

 

To apply, please forward your resume and cover letter to info@greaterlouisvilleproject.org and include “Intern” in the subject line.  Please answer the following three questions:

 

1 – Why are you interested in this position?

2 – What skills, experience do you bring?

3 – What are your career aspirations?

4 - Where will you be in five years?

Internship with Local Nonprofit Hope Scarves

 

Hope Scarves is a new non-profit organization founded in 2012 by cancer survivor Lara MacGregor.  When Lara was diagnosed with breast cancer a friend sent her a box of scarves and a note saying "you can do this."  When Lara finished treatment she passed along the scarves to another woman.  Lara was inspired by this gesture and started Hope Scarves as a way to pass along hope and encouragement and a colorful scarf from one woman to another.  Hope Scarves collects scarves from women who have had cancer along with their stories, dry cleans them and then sends them on to others facing cancer.  The organization has two dedicated part time staff members including Lara and many volunteers.

 

Because Hope Scarves is rapidly growing and has a small staff there are many opportunities for an intern to have a vast array of non-profit experiences and really make an impact.   Specific areas of focus for intern include communication, volunteer management, social media, special events, fundraising and strategic planning.

 

The position will begin in the fall and can range in hours and days.  It is unpaid.  Our office is located in St. Matthews on N. Sherrin Ave. near Trinity High School.

 

Contact Lara to apply or for more information lara@hopescarves.org

Internship with New Legacy Reentry Corp

 

New Legacy Reentry Corp is seeking a dedicated administrative intern with a strong interest in service and who is able to work 8-15 hours a week. This position will provide support to program staff and offers an exceptional learning experience in social service administration.

Internship title: New Legacy Administrative Internship (Non Paid, College Credit May Be Applicable)

Our Agency Description: New Legacy Reentry Corps is a community organization whose mission is to empower ex-offenders and veterans who are re-entering society by fostering a New Legacy of hope and motivation via support services, education, employment, and community service.

 

Brief description of internship opportunity:

● Assist with donor management

● Create and post social media content

● Assist with online digital data management and development

● Assist with the coordination of program volunteers, events, meetings, and schedules

● Other administrative duties, as necessary, to support service assignment

Intern will work closely with the program’s staff and meet on occasion with the executive director. This position affords the opportunity to work within programs and gain a firsthand understanding of how our services benefit the local community. The intern will have the chance to attend staff, interagency and community meetings regarding issues related to prisoner reentry. The internship is unpaid and does not guarantee a staff position upon completion, however there are many opportunities to receive hands-on,

practical experience in a growing nonprofit.

 

Contact:

Name: Tarsha Semakula Title: Capacity Building Consultant

Address: 1115 Garvin Place, Louisville, KY 40203

Phone: (502) 276-0660 Fax: (502) 415-7171

E-mail: info@newlegacyrc.or

 

 

 

Center for Nonprofit Excellence Graduate Internship

 

Graduate-level interns will acquire a broad-based perspective related to the management and governance of nonprofit organizations.  The Center for Nonprofit Excellence will benefit from the graduate intern’s work in numerous ways, primarily in its information, research and education for nonprofit professionals and volunteers.

 

*****Contact Kevin Connelly at 315.2673

Kevin Connelly, Executive Director kconnelly@cnpe.org

 

 

Specific Projects

Conduct specialized research

Collect data on peer programs

Help collect feedback on specific services

Compile feedback summaries

Help with market research

Assist with membership communication

Assist with annual conference

Organize Library

 

Benefits

Stipend of $850 per semester

Participate (free) in training programs

Participate in staff planning and board committee meetings

Casual and collegial work environment

Access to leading edge information if field of nonprofit management

 

 

 

Internship with Kentucky Museum of Arts and Crafts

The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft (KMAC) seeks a graduate intern to assist with the Museum Assessment Program self-study in preparation for the American Association of Museums (AAM) accreditation process. Timeline October through December, approximately 6-10 hours a week. Contact Angela Hagan angela@kentuckyarts.org

 

Two Internships with Make a Wish Foundation

 

For more information please contact Hillary Bullock

hillaryb@makeawishky.org 502-272-4378

 

Fundraising Intern

The key element to this position is to combine community service with academic learning and reflection to benefit both student and community.  The Development Intern is responsible for learning and understanding the Development Process by completing necessary tasks as they arise regarding internal events and programs. Incumbents may be required to perform other job-related tasks than those specifically presented in this description. This is an unpaid internship.

 

Wish Program Intern

The key element to this position is to combine community service with academic learning and reflection to benefit both student and community. Our goal is to provide the interns with an overall knowledge of how non-profits are structured, while still allowing them to specialize in a particular facet of the Foundation.  The Program Services Intern is responsible for coordinating the initial stages of the wish experience for the family, while keeping within the policies and procedures established by the National Office and local Make-A-Wish Foundation chapter. Incumbents may be required to perform other job-related tasks than those specifically presented in this description. This is an unpaid internship.

 

 

 

Internship Opportunities with Preservation Louisville

This internship opportunity calls for a person who will work diligently to promote the educational programs and opportunities that Preservation Louisville has to offer.

Summary of Responsibilities:

- Work with Preservation Louisville Executive Director and other volunteers to plan and put on educational programs such as, Hands on History- a preservation maintenance workshop series, and Pizza and Preservation- a neighborhood outreach program and Historic Tax Credit Workshops.

- Work with Preservation Louisville Director to advance the goals of Preservation Education!, a  multidisciplinary curriculum that will be taught in local schools.

- Be available to instruct the Preservation Education! in local schools.

Desired Skills:

-  Interest in historic preservation

-  Interest in working with elementary and high school students.

 

INTERN: Advocacy -

The advocacy intern works with the Preservation Louisville Executive Director to raise awareness in the community about preservation issues affecting Metro Louisville.  The Advocacy intern also helps to implement neighborhood campaigns and work with neighborhood organizations, helping them to organize and advocate for the preservation of their neighborhood. This internship is a great opportunity for undergraduates to practice campaign and city planning skills in real-world non-profit environment.

Summary of Responsibilities:

- Develop campaign plans and initiatives to help preserve our neighborhoods.

- Attend planning meetings and assist in the implementation of advocacy campaigns.

-  Be available to attend neighborhood fairs and events to promote Preservation Louisville and its mission.

 

Desired Skills

-  Proficient in Microsoft Office, Google, and social media.

-  Interest in Historic Preservation

 

 

 

INTERN: Administrative-

The Administrative intern opportunity is great for a college student looking to gain real-world experience in the non-profit business sector.  The Administrative intern would assist the Preservation Louisville Executive Director in tasks related to the management of a non-profit business.

Summary of Responsibilities

- Researches grants applicable to the goals and capabilities of Preservation Louisville.

- Work with Preservation Louisville  Executive Director to learn about the administration of a non-profit from all angles of the organization

-  Assist the Preservation Louisville Executive Director in implementing the day to day tasks of the non-profit.

 

Desired skills

-  Excellent writing skills

-  Detail oriented

-  Interest in working in the Non-profit business sector

-  Proficient in Microsoft Word Office, Google, and social media

 

 

INTERN: The Brennan House-

The Brennan House intern will assist the Executive Director of the Brennan House in maintaining the historic home and it’s collection, as well as promoting it within the community

Summary of tasks:

-  Maintaining the archival record of the Brennan House Collection

-   Promote the Brennan House through Social Media outlets and Public events

-   Be available to assist with special events held in the Brennan House

-    Be available to give tours of the Brennan House

Desired Skills

-  Knowledge of current archival standards and procedures

-   Proficient in Microsoft Office, Google, and social media.

-   Interest in Historic Preservation  or small business management

-   Interest in working with people.

 

 

 

If any student is interested in an internship please have them send their resume and a letter of interest via email to:

Marianne Zickuhr

Executive Director

director@preservationlouisville.org

 

 

 

JDRF Kentucky Chapter Intern Position

 

The mission of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation is to find a cure for juvenile (type 1) diabetes and its complications through research.

 

The objective of this position is to support and help coordinate communications, fundraising and outreach efforts within the Kentucky Chapter.  The intern must have an established basic understanding of JDRF, the mission, key fundraising, advocacy, and outreach efforts, and the importance to communicate effectively with our Chapter members and volunteers regarding current information on all initiatives hosted by the Chapter.

 

The job duties assigned to an intern for the Kentucky Chapter include the following:

 

o          Support the Special Events Manager with communications efforts including correspondence to JDRF members, phone calls and e-mails and other needs as they arise regarding event planning details (with prior approval from the executive director).

 

o          Support the Development Manager by creating and updating sponsorship spreadsheets and other duties as needed (with prior approval from the executive director).

 

         Support the Outreach Coordinator with support group and School Walk     logistics and communications.

 

o          Support the Kentucky Chapter website and Facebook with weekly updates pertaining to research, outreach, fundraising events, and sponsorships.  Also maintain and update photos and current news and events.

 

         Maintain current, up-to-date media lists.

 

o          Other duties as needed and approved by the executive director.

 

o          Hours:  10-12 hours a week or as needed.

 

o          Report to the executive director.

 

For further information and to apply please contact.

502-485-9397 or email Meredith Gault, mgault@jdrf.org

 

 

 

Internship with the Ronald McDonald House of Louisville

 

The Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kentuckiana is seeking a Facility Operations Intern.  This intern will work closely with the Director of Programs and Facilities to integrate, input, and update their Facility management database system.  The internship will be unpaid but the intern will gain knowledge and experience around the issue of non-profit management.

 

The mission of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Kentuckiana is to provide a “home away from home” for families of children receiving healthcare at area medical facilities while also lending support to other organizations who aid children.

 

If you have questions or would like to apply, please contact Jana Goemmer at jana@rmhckentuckiana.org or 502-561-7654

 

Internships with New Directions Housing Corporation

New Directions Housing Corporation, working in Jefferson County, Kentucky, and Floyd and Clark counties in Southern Indiana, is a non-for-profit community development corporation with a 40-year legacy of success in neighborhood-focused services, including Asset and Property Management, Home Ownership Preservation, and Community-Building. New Directions is a member agency of both Louisville’s Metro United Way and NeighborWorks® America, a national network of over 240 community development and housing organizations.

The mission of New Directions Housing Corporation is to develop and maintain affordable housing and help to create vital communities in partnership with neighborhoods and other stakeholders. Help us fulfill this mission while gaining valuable experience and building your professional network. All internships are unpaid. However, depending on the internship position, interns will gain experience with local, state, federal, private and foundation grants, compliance, program requirements, funding application procedures, the strategic planning process, data collection, neighborhood marketing and more—while contributing to on-going projects with visible community-level outcomes.

Strategic Planning Intern

• In tandem with a consultative strategic planning facilitator and board leaders, help to organize and document strategic planning activities that will help build board strengths and insights.

• Help ensure that board planning is supported by resident feedback, business planning and operational planning, and assist with the generation of impact measurements and other data for reporting to partners and funders.

Community Relations Intern

• Support sustainable community-building with marketing and public relations initiatives in focus neighborhoods: Smoketown and Shelby Park, California, and Portland in Louisville and Midtown in New Albany, IN

• Research and prepare case-based applications to public, private and civic funding agencies to expand and enrich services delivery in all areas of agency impact.

Green Initiatives Intern

• Help identify and address environmental- and health-conscious alternatives in the New Directions Property Management department

• Assist with the development of a Green Operating and Maintenance Plan, allowing New Directions Housing Corporation to take advantage of HUD’s Mark-to-Market Green Initiative.

Home Ownership Preservation Intern

• Support on-going neighborhood revitalization initiatives through on-the-ground data collection, real estate data monitoring, and helping to ensure compliance with program requirements

• Work on local, state, and federal housing/revitalization projects in Smoketown and Shelby Park, Portland and California neighborhoods in Louisville and Midtown in New Albany, IN

Please send interested resumes and cover letters to

Lisa D. Thompson lisat@ndhc.org 502.719.7106

 

 

Non-Profit Management Internship with Volunteers of America (VOA)

 

External Relations Student/Intern is responsible for providing administrative and logistical support to the External Relations Department. The Student/ Intern is a logistics coordinator for the E.R Department with a focus on Benevon fundraising model events and Benevon-related activities. The Practicum Student/Intern will also assist in the management of volunteer and community engagement activities including organizing logistics for larger scale projects and some administrative functions.

 

If interested please contact:

 

Tandee Ogburn

Community Engagement Program Manager

Volunteers of America Kentucky

933 Goss Avenue Louisville, Kentucky 40217

502-636-4638 Desk- 502-550-7135 Cell

 

Event Management Intern with National Kidney Foundation

The National Kidney Foundation (NKF) Serving Ohio & Kentucky is a non-profit organization located in downtown Louisville. The NKF is a major voluntary non-profit health organization and is dedicated to preventing kidney and urinary tract diseases, improving the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by these diseases. We also are strong advocates for all organ transplantation and part of our mission is to decrease the wait for these transplants. Through our affiliates nationwide, the NKF conducts extensive public and professional education aimed at promoting early detection and improving patient care.

We have many events and opportunities year-round which allow interns the ability to get involved just as a staff member. We are low staffed, so interns will get a full range of experience. Working in the non-profit arena allows individuals experience with creativity and brainstorming to implement well-rounded ideas with a low budget. Will accept any class level, but do require a 2.75 GPA. We are a non-profit, therefore are not able to compensate for wages.

 

Job Description:

Specific Job Responsibilities:

PROJECTS

•           Media Collateral – Intern will be responsible for all social media and website updates, POP distribution, media relations, revision of contact database, and all event promotions

•           Events - Intern will be a vital point person to at least one event (depending on when internship is). He/She will contribute to all aspects of the event from event logistics, recruiting additional sponsorships, marketing and promotions, media collateral, PR, etc.

DUTIES

•           Work directly with website manager to update event portion of website

•           Distribution of marketing materials to local areas

•           Recruiting/Retaining sponsorships

•           Promoting & Marketing events

•           Volunteer recruitment & coordinator

NKF Events:

•           NKF Golf Classic – Lake Forest Golf Club, Louisville

•           Ride Out Loud Bike Event– Bowling Green

•           Kidney Walk – Waterfront Park, Louisville

•           Gift of Life Gala – Hyatt Regency, Louisville

 

Please contact Abby Johnston, Director of Development, at abby.johnston@kidney.org or

502.585.5433 ext 103 for more information, or visit us online at www.nkfk.org

 

History Hall Internship with Kosair Charities

 

Student will be instrumental in planning and implementing a large historical project at Kosair Charities. Student would also set up proper storage and preservation of other exhibit items.  Student must be dedicated, energetic, detail oriented and a people person.   Student must be efficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Publisher.  Student must also be able to think on their feet and outside the box.  Student can set their own hours anytime between 8:30-4:30 Monday through Friday. You would work 20 – 25 hours per week. The internship would start May and is not paid.

Please contact Karen Gile at 637-7696, ext. 206 or kgile@kosair.org for more information.

 

Internship with YMCA Safe Place Services- Grants Manager

 

The primary purpose of this position is to provide support to YMCA Safe Place Services’ Grants Manager in the application and reporting of public funding sources: Foundations, Metro United Way, Metro Louisville Government, Federal Grants and Corporations.  The position will be given strategic yet not overwhelming responsibilities in the research, writing and relationship development of over $500,000 in funding.  The intern will be given ample opportunities to learn and practice critical development roles while contributing to an agency that has top notch success in working with teens.

For more info contact:

Natalie Reteneller

635-4404

nreteneller@ymcalouisville.org

 

 

Internships in the Region

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Internship with the March of Dimes Louisville, KY

 

This is a fundraising and communications position for the fall semester

starting immediately.  This position will assist with fundraising duties

for the entire state of Kentucky and parts of Southern Indiana.

 

This position is for students interested in event planning, non profit

management, fundraising, communications and development.  You will be

working closely with staff and volunteers to ensure we meet our fall

fundraising goals.

 

Please contact

March of Dimes

4802 Sherburn Lane

502-895-3734

jdruschke@marchofdimes.com

 

 

Internship Opportunities in Louisville

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15) Public Administration and Urban Planning Job Opportunities

Job Opportunity with the Center for Women and Families: Manager of Data and Performance Analysis

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Job Opportunity: Development Director for Food Literacy Project

The Organization:
The Food Literacy Project is the nonprofit education partner to an 8-acre vegetable farm in Louisville, KY. We are dedicated to inspiring a new generation to build healthy relationships with food, farming and the land. In a time of great concern about rising obesity rates, lack of access to fresh foods, as well as the cultural disconnection between people, food and the earth, the Food Literacy Project offers a unique Field-to-Fork Program that engages youth, families, teens, adults and educators, promoting healthier communities and increased respect for the land. Youth and families empower themselves with skills to lead healthier lives and discover earth’s bounty through hands-on learning at our engaging outdoor classroom on historic Oxmoor Farm. Program participants (typically K-12 with occasional pre-K and adult groups) have access to 8 acres of sustainably grown vegetable crops, raised bed gardens, greenhouses, farmers, a fruit orchard and an outdoor teaching kitchen. Our teaching staff and volunteers customize each program to meet the learning needs of the diverse groups we serve.


Responsibilities:


The Development Director will plan, manage and evaluate the Food Literacy Project’s resource development efforts. The primary responsibilities are to develop and oversee the annual fundraising plan in collaboration with the Executive Director and Board of Directors. While the role involves managing all aspects of fundraising – including grant proposals, reports, and special events –emphasis will be placed on developing and implementing a robust fundraising plan focused on individual donor cultivation. The Development Director will also oversee the organization’s communication efforts. He or she will report to the Executive Director and will work closely with the Assistant Director, Board of Directors, and volunteer events committees.

Duties include:

  • Working closely with senior staff and board members to develop the annual fundraising plan, with special emphasis on reaching community-minded individuals who desire to bring about real and lasting change.
  • Managing the process of identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of donor prospects, and developing a gift range chart for individual donors.
  • Arranging donor prospect meetings and site visits.
  • Overseeing the organization’s communication efforts via print and electronic newsletters, website, social media, and annual report.
  • Coordinating the planning and execution of the Field-to-Fork Dinner, the organization’s annual fundraising event, and other fundraising events as appropriate.
  • Developing and supporting administrative systems and outreach strategies to continue and expand our work as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred, or equivalent experience.
  • Minimum of two years’ experience with major donor campaigns.
  • Strong ability to establish and maintain positive, effective working relationships with others.
  • Exceptional communication skills, including writing, speaking, and active listening; ability to effectively interpret the programs and goals of an organization to a wide range of people from different backgrounds.
  • Demonstrated ability to initiate contact with persons not known, in person and by phone.
  • Organized; able to manage several projects at once and maintain focus.
  • Self-motivated, adaptable, takes initiative, can work independently and in a team, works well under pressure, creative thinker and problem-solver.
  • Demonstrates pride in work, excellent attention to detail, and ability to maintain accurate records, prepare reports, etc.
  • Shares a commitment to the Food Literacy Project’s mission; experience as a volunteer or paid staff for a small, community-based non-profit organization.
  • Experience using a computer and appropriate software (ie Microsoft Office Suite, email and internet, Quickbooks, donor management software, etc)
  • Be physically able to participate in and lead farm and garden work projects (walking, lifting, kneeling, etc.), and to work outdoors in all weather conditions.

The Food Literacy Project emphasizes diversity in both our programs and our staff, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, or status as a veteran in accordance with applicable federal laws.

To apply:

Send a cover letter and resume, along with 5 references (3 professional and 2 personal) and one writing sample to:


Carol Gundersen
Executive Director
Food Literacy Project
9001 Limehouse Lane
Louisville, KY 40222


Applications will be accepted until March 20th.  Hard copies are preferred, but applications will be accepted by email: carol@foodliteracyproject.org

Job Opening: PLANNER I Position with Georgetown/ Scott County Planning

 

For more info: http://gscplanning.com/employment.htm

Georgetown-Scott County, located in the northern Lexington MSA, is offering an excellent employment opportunity in one of the state’s fastest growing communities, for a professional entry level planner.  This position performs technical work oriented to current, long range, and community planning for the cities of Georgetown, Stamping Ground, Sadieville, and Scott County.  The candidate will review plans/plats to determine a degree of compliance with regulations and approved community plans, and assist in administering the Zoning Ordinance and Subdivision and Development Regulations.  This position is highly team oriented and supports the Senior Planner.  The qualified applicant should understand and be able to utilize GIS on a regular basis with the assistance of the GIS Department.

The applicant should have knowledge of both urban and rural land use planning principles and practices, research and statistical data collection, and familiarity with various fields in the planning profession such as transportation, housing, economic development, cultural and historic preservation, environmental studies, and public policy and/or law.  Candidate must have good writing and verbal communication skills, and be capable of presenting to boards, governing bodies, and attend public meetings in the evening as needed.  Candidate must be able to communicate effectively with engineers, surveyors, developers, property owners, and the general public.  Candidate should also be familiar with variances, conditional uses, and appeals process through a Board of Adjustment.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in planning, public administration, or related field is required.  Minimum one (1) year of professional planning experience, including internships, of a progressively responsible nature in a public planning agency is required.  A Master’s degree may be substituted for the experience requirement.  Must be a U.S. Citizen or show proof of work related visa.  Mail résumé and cover letter to: Georgetown-Scott County Planning Commission, 230 E. Main Street, Georgetown, KY 40324; by fax 502 867-3725 or email: email@gscplanning.com by March 14, 2014, 4:00 p.m. (EDT).  Salary range:  $30,000 to $34,000 DOQ with health, vision, and dental benefits package. EOE

http://gscplanning.com/employment.htm

Job Opening with Bluegrass ADD: Community Development and Redevelopment

Job Description

The Bluegrass Area Development District, one of fifteen multi-county Area Development Districts (ADD’s) in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, is seeking a regional land use and transportation planner to assist with planning activities in its seventeen county district.

Primary objective of this position: to improve the quality of life for citizens in the district by advancing best practice principles of land use, transportation and economic development planning. The candidate will provide direct support to legislative bodies, planning commissions, metropolitan planning organizations, adjacent area development districts and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.

Specific activities include: interaction with the general public; membership development and facilitation of the region’s regional planning council and its regional transportation committee; community visioning and comprehensive planning; regulatory and legislative text amendments; subdivision plat and development plan review; zone change administration; special studies and technical reports; socio-economic and transportation research; and the promotion of inter-jurisdictional collaboration.

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: advanced principles of research methods as applied to the collection, processing and presentation of data; ability to work effectively with committee members, elected officials and the general public; proficiency with computer hardware and software such as word processing, spreadsheet and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)/Global Positioning Systems (GPS). Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in planning, public policy or a related field; four years of professional experience in management or administration in planning or a related field (Master’s degree will substitute for one year of the suggested experience); proven experience with data analysis and GIS software.

Deadline: For consideration, a letter of interest, resume and a technical writing sample must be received by March 10, 2014

 

Selby Education Fellowship- Ringling (1-Year Visiting Faculty) Sarasota, Florida

 

Job ID: 36723 Anticipated Salary Range: $26,000/year with Florida State benefits available.

 

Department: The John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art, in its affiliation with Florida State University, is one of the largest museum/university complexes in the nation. Located on an impressive 66-acre Sarasota bay front estate, it preserves the legacy of John and Mable Ringling, educating and enabling a large and diverse audience to experience and take delight in a world-renowned collection of fine art and special exhibitions; Ca d'Zan, the Ringling historic mansion; the Circus Museums; the Tibbals Learning Center; the Historic Asolo Theater; and historic architecture, courtyard, gardens and grounds overlooking the Sarasota Bay. An Education Building houses our library, conservation facility, classrooms, and staff offices and The Visitors Pavilion serves some 350,000 guests annually.

Qualifications: A Masters Degree in Art Education, Museum Education, Art History, Museum Studies, or a related field, experience working in a museum setting., skill in public speaking, and the ability to work in a collaborative environment and meet multiple deadlines. Must be comfortable working with children. Experience in classroom teaching and writing curriculum and lesson plans is preferred. This position requires successful completion of a criminal history background check to include fingerprinting.

Contracts and Grants: The position is funded by the Selby Endowment.

Responsibilities:

The Fellow assigned to Education Programs will be responsible for assisting with all Education programs and activities with an emphasis on the Museum*s scholastic (K-12) and Youth and Family programs.

The applicant needs to be comfortable working in a collaborative environment and have strong interpersonal skills.

These duties include but are not limited to:

Scholastic Programs: researching and writing Common Core based curriculum for permanent collections/special exhibitions; working with Admissions, Security, and other areas of the Museum to coordinate all K-12 museum visits; assisting with the planning and implementation of teacher professional development programs.

Youth and Family Programs: assisting with the development of permanent collection and special exhibition Youth and Family activities; assisting with the training of Youth and Family volunteers; researching and writing content for gallery guides, and other education publications.

Docent Programs: assisting with the development and delivery of docent program training for the Museum of Art, the Circus Museum, special exhibitions, accessibility and school tour programs Adult Programs: Assist with the development and delivery of adult programs including but not limited to symposia, gallery talks, and lecture series

Faculty Information: This Visiting Faculty appointment scheduled to begin in June 2014 and last for 1 year.

How To Apply: If qualified and interested in a specific vacancy as advertised, apply to Florida State University at

https://jobs.fsu.edu. Applications must include work history and all education details (if applicable) even if attaching a resume. Applicants must apply on or before 3/6/2014.

Americorps Vista Position Open with Jewish Family & Career Services

Below is a Americorps Vista job posting for Jewish Family & Career Services.  For more information or with questions contact Dan Heffernan at 502-452-6341 ext 239 or dheffernan@jfcslouisville.org.

 

Service Description : The purpose of economic opportunity programming at JFCS is to provide low-income individuals with opportunities to increase financial stability and access a continuum of asset building services that enable them to leverage, preserve, and build assets. Programs focus on meeting the needs of residents of some of Louisville's most distressed communities, as well as immigrants and refugees struggling to thrive in a new culture. JFCS programs offer economic opportunities by connecting individuals to employment, providing financial education and credit building services, and assisting with the start and growth of micro businesses. Through partnerships with other community organizations, including grassroots and faith-based organizations, JFCS works to ensure that low-income members of the community have access to a broad range of opportunities to support them in their movement toward economic security.

Member Duties : - Assist staff with efforts to sustain and expand programming offering low-income individuals opportunities to increase financial stability through employment, financial education and credit building, and microenterprise development. - Work with staff to develop and carry out a volunteer recruitment effort focused on developing corporate and business partnerships to increase the number of volunteers involved with economic opportunity programs. - Assist staff with efforts to identify specific groups with unmet needs for economic opportunity programming, and adapt existing programs to address these needs. - Continue building community partnerships that focus on coordination of economic opportunity programming and providing low-income individuals in the community with access to a broad range of services that can help them achieve economic security.

Program Benefits : Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend ,  Training ,  Relocation Allowance ,  Living Allowance ,  Childcare assistance if eligible ,  Health Coverage .

http://www.nationalservice.gov/programs/americorps/americorps-vista

Go to "Join AmeriCorps" and click on Advance Search. Type  JFCS in the program name.

Planning and Economic Developmen Job Opportunities in Indiana

 

http://www.indianaplanning.org/resources/jobs/?utm_source=APA-IN+Subscribers&utm_campaign=f65a50a5b8-APA_Indiana_General_Design1_9_2013&utm_medium=email

 

 

GIS Jobs Around the Country

 

http://www.esri.com/careers/category/landing-pages/consulting.html

 

Multiple Planning Jobs in Indiana and Kentucky

 

http://www.indianaplanning.org/career.htm

 

 

Public Service Job Resource Online

 

http://publicservicecareers.org/

 

16) Academic and Research Job Opportunities

 

Postdoctoral Research Associate in Public Policy Analysis Department of Political Science and Public Administration Auburn University at Montgomery, AL

**Deadline March 31st

The Department of Political Science and Public Administration at Auburn University at

Montgomery (AUM) seeks to fill a Postdoctoral Research Associate position starting no later than August 1, 2014. The research associate is expected to conduct independent research and participate in the ongoing research at the AUM Institute for Accountability and Government Efficiency (IAGE), which was established to assist Alabama in efforts to improve government efficiency. IAGE achieves this goal through research, use of expert panels in a study-group methodology, feasibility studies and, in some cases, policy implementation assistance to state agencies.

Position Responsibilities

• Conduct research in various areas of public policy relevant to the Alabama state

government.

• Interface with the AUM Center for Government staff and provide support to IAGE

projects.

• Maintain an open and active relationship with IAGE clients and stakeholders.

• Present research findings to both academic and non-academic audiences.

• Teach one political science course each semester.

• Publish research results in peer-reviewed journals.

Position Requirements

• A Ph.D. (by start date and no later than August 1, 2014) in political science, or a related

social or policy science discipline.

• Experience with data/statistical analysis, including proficiency in one or more standard

computer packages for statistical analysis such as SAS and SPSS.

• Proven ability in interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills.

• Ability to work in a collaborative and multidisciplinary environment.

• Research experience in state and/or local government policy issues (preferred).

• Knowledge of government finance (preferred).

• Teaching experience (preferred).

Salary and Benefits

This is a twelve-month salaried position (with the possibility for renewal for one additional year) with standard AUM employee benefits. Salary is competitive.

Application Process

Applications must be completed through the AUMJobs website (www.jobs.aum.edu). Applications for this position must include a cover letter identifying the candidate’s qualifications and research interests, curriculum vitae, writing sample, graduate transcripts (unofficial versions are acceptable for screening), professional reference sheet, and three confidential letters of reference. Official transcripts will be required before appointment.  Letters of reference must be sent by email to politicalscience@aum.edu or by mail to:

Post-doctoral Search

Department of Political Science and Public Administration

Auburn University at Montgomery

P.O. Box 244023

Montgomery, AL 36124-4023

 

Review of applications will begin March 31, 2014.

Auburn University at Montgomery is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to excellencethrough diversity; therefore, we encourage applications from historically underrepresented groups.

 

Assistant Professor in Nonprofit Management at Rutgers University

The School of Public Affairs and Administration at the Newark Campus of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, is seeking an excellent candidate for: Nonprofit Management

 

Faculty Position-Open Rank

(Tenure Track Assistant Professor or Tenured Associate/Full Professor)

 

Start Date: September 2014

 

Candidates must be able to teach nonprofit management, as well as introductory and advanced core courses in public management and administration. A research agenda focused on nonprofit, past/current experience with nonprofit organizations, publications in this area, and participation in related affinity groups/associations is preferred.

 

The successful candidate will be willing to participate in local nonprofit community based organization initiatives and voluntary efforts. In addition, the incumbent will assist in the development and execution of the SPAA Nonprofit Technical Assistance Institute, working with local nonprofit executives and program directors in capacity building efforts.

 

All candidates should have strong commitments to research and publications, as well as teaching. Teaching responsibilities will be primarily in the Master (on the ground and online) and Doctoral programs, and may also extend to the new undergraduate major in Public Service. Experience with, or interest in, teaching students with diverse cultural backgrounds is essential.

 

Appointees will be core faculty members in a NASPAA-accredited public administration program that is ranked 7th nationally in Public Management/Administration by U.S. News and holds six other top-25 rankings in Public Affairs and Administration. SPAA faculty may participate in the School's widely recognized National Center for Public Performance.

 

As a major public university in New Jersey's largest city, the Newark Campus of Rutgers provides students with the knowledge and preparation necessary for leadership roles in an increasingly complex society. The campus is the most diverse national university in the United States and is ranked twelfth among doctoral degree-granting small universities in the country. The School offers an undergraduate major in public service, an on-campus and fully online M.P.A., an off-campus Executive M.P.A., and a research-oriented Ph.D.

Faculty are also involved in an M.P.H. program, a Not-for-Profit Certificate, and a Business District Management Certificate. Total enrollment is more than 1000 degree and non-degree students. Teaching, published research, and public service are important to the School.

 

Candidates must hold an earned a doctorate in public administration or a related field at the time the appointment begins.

 

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until outstanding candidates are found. Women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply.

 

To ensure full consideration, candidates should submit an electronic application as soon as possible: letter of interest, current vita, teaching interests, and writing sample; three letters of reference and copies of publications should follow as either electronic files or hard copy.

 

Questions and applications should be sent to:

Dean Marc Holzer, School of Public Affairs and Administration mholzer@rutgers.edu

 

with a CC to: Ines Lopes

iil3@andromeda.rutgers.edu

 

Please consult the School and Campus websites for further information:

http://spaa.newark.rutgers.edu and http://www.newark.rutgers.edu

 

 

 

 

 

 

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