CNU Atlanta is looking for a dedicated New Urbanist with the passion and skills to help increase the awareness and interest in creating a better and healthier built environment in our region. The local chapter is now accepting applications to fill a paid position as part of the Fall 2013 Internship Program.
The purpose of the internship program is to foster increased interest in the study of related fields to New Urbanism. The program is open to third and fourth year undergraduate students and first and second year master’s degree students. A single internship with a stipend of $1,500 is awarded per year.
If selected, the intern’s responsibilities may include, but are not limited to: assisting with website updates (postings, calendar updates, etc.), assistance with various communications, assistance with various program activities; and other task related to Chapter programs.
Application Requirements – Due electronically by
September 20, 2013 October 31, 2013.
Applicants for internship shall submit all of the following:
• 1 (one) page personal and background statement written by the student, describing their interest in a career in planning/urban design/preservation, and describing what impact the students wants to make in the planning/urban design/preservation field; and contact information (include full name, email, phone, and school of enrollment).
• 1 (one) letter of recommendation in support of the student’s application and career goals;
• Resume of work experience and background.
September 19th November T3. Arrive at 5pm to speak with current Board members for 30 minutes.
Please note that incomplete applications will not be reviewed by the Executive Committee.
The deadline to apply to apply for the Internship Program is
September 20, 2013 October 31, 2013. All original application information must be received by the Internship Administrator by that date. Electronic documents/completed applications to be sent to John Maximuk at John.Maximuk@gmail.com.
For complete information click here: 2013 8 30 CNU Internship