Here are THREE hot fellowships. Visit The Village to find more out about the following listings:
1. Impact Investing Internship Spring 2017
Organization : Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation
About the Opportunity:
This spring, we are looking for a graduate school intern to work in our New York office 1 to 2
days per week to help us with the execution of our social justice investing research agenda
that is informed by our recent impact investing advisor search. This research will build on
Noyes’ history of responsible, sustainable and impact investing. Specific projects range from
conducting research and coordinating the writing and production of a research publication
that looks at Noyes history of social investing and the learning from our recent impact
investing advisor search to working with the president and finance committee to complete
and ultimately document this process for the field. A key element of this work will be the
exploration of the linkage between impact investing and social justice and the translation of our program goals into our investment strategy.
2. 2017-2018 Fellows Program
Organization : Global Health Strategies
About the Opportunity:
Fellows work closely with GHS staff to assist in the design and implementation of communications and advocacy strategies for a range of in issues in global health, including infectious disease, immunization, women’s health and universal health coverage. Fellows are provided hands-on experience meaningfully contributing to client goals. Fellows spend the majority of their time on client work and are also provided opportunities for training and development.
3. Morgan Stanley Graduate Fellowship for Community Development Program
Organization : Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development (ANHD)
About the Opportunity:
The Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development (ANHD) is currently recruiting for the 2017-2018 Morgan Stanley Graduate Fellowship for Community Development Program. This program will provide an opportunity for nine Master’s Degree students to take a significant role in a high-impact, community-based project targeting a low- and moderate-income neighborhood. Fellows will receive a $20,000 stipend to serve in a part-time (20 hours a week), ten month (September 1st – June 30th) internship in a neighborhood-based community development corporation (the host organization). Projects may be in the fields of affordable housing, economic development, or community planning. A key objective of the program is to help train the next generation of community development leaders, so in addition to hands-on community development work, Fellows will have the opportunity to meet with leaders in New York City’s government, planning, and community development fields. If academic credit is available, the host organization will work with the Fellow and his or her educational institution towards securing this credit.
The Independent Budget Office, a nonpartisan city agency, is seeking an experienced economist with a keen interest in public policy to join our tax and economics team. The focus of the position is New York City’s real property tax. Candidates with a background in public finance, tax policy analysis, and an understanding of the New York City economy and real estate markets are strongly preferred. Ongoing responsibilities include quantitative research on economics and public finance, forecasting the city’s property tax, and evaluating property tax policy issues. A Ph.D. in economics, public policy, or related fields or a master’s degree with substantive equivalent work experience is preferred. Experience in an applied research organization and writing for a policy-oriented audience a plus.
Candidates should be detail-oriented and able to demonstrate skills in quantitative research and policy analysis. Commitment to impartial and independent research is essential. Must be comfortable working in a collaborative environment, juggling multiple tasks, and interacting with a variety of stakeholders on relevant city issues. Ability to take initiative and meet deadlines is critical.
Salary range: $70,000-$95,000, depending upon experience.
How to Apply:
IBO is an equal opportunity employer. New York City residency is required for candidates with less than two years of city service; others may reside in New York City, Nassau, Orange, Rockland, Suffolk, Putnam, or Westchester counties. Foreign nationals must have a valid permanent resident card (“green card”) or renewable work permit.
To apply, please forward a resume and cover letter to email@example.com or fax to 212-442-0350 by March 3. No phone calls please
JOB TITLE: CIVIC ENGAGEMENT ASSOCIATE
UNITED NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSES (UNH) is the membership organization of 37 NYC settlement houses and community centers that collectively serve over 500,000 New Yorkers annually. UNH promotes and strengthens the neighborhood-based, multi-service approach to improving the lives of New Yorkers in need and the communities in which they live. Rooted in the history and values of the settlement house movement, UNH supports its members through policy development, advocacy and capacity-building activities.
UNH seeks an enthusiastic and experienced individual to join its Policy & Advocacy Department. The Civic Engagement Associate will play a key role in expanding UNH member organization capacity and participation in advocacy activities, including trainings, peer groups, voter registration drives and community mobilization. The Civic Engagement Associate will work closely with the Department’s Co- Directors and Policy Analysts in support of existing UNH initiatives, including campaigns for early childhood education, after-school programs, youth employment, adult literacy, older adults and other community-based services. The Civic Engagement Associate must be prepared to take on additional responsibilities and engage on related issues of importance to UNH members and their communities as they emerge.
Specific responsibilities will include:
Developing collaborative relationships with human services and youth services providers and other sector colleagues;
Mobilizing grassroots support to advance recommended policy changes or respond to emerging issues;
Organizing UNH member settlement house participation in advocacy trainings and activities, as well as facilitating on-going engagement;
Educating policy makers on critical human services programs and relevant policies in City and State budgets;
Supporting the operations of existing advocacy campaigns led by Policy and Advocacy Department; and
Contributing to the overall goals and work of the Policy and Advocacy Department.
QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in an advocacy/organizing position. Candidate should have experience with, and knowledge of city and/or state government. A minimum of two years’ experience in policy or advocacy is strongly preferred. Knowledge of services for youth and young adults is preferred, but not required. Candidate must have a strong commitment to community- based services, be a self-starter and able to work independently as well as collaboratively, possess strong organizational and communication skills and be detail-oriented.
Salary and Benefits: Salary is commensurate with experience. Excellent medical, dental and retirement plans.
Send resume, writing sample and salary expectations to: Civic Engagement Associate Search Committee, United Neighborhood Houses, 70 West 36th Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10018. Or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Application deadline: February 28th, 2016.
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The NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development and NYC Housing Development Corporation are seeking applicants for the 2017-2019 HPD-HDC Housing Fellows class.
Please click here for further details on the fellowship, agencies and the selection process.
Complete applications, with all the accompanying documents, must be submitted by 4pm on Friday, February 10th, 2017. If you, or your students, have additional questions, you can email email@example.com.
More information can be found here!