Woodside on the Move Internship

Woodside on the Move | Queens, NY | Part-time

Description

Our office is looking for passionate interns who are eager to learn about advocacy campaigns while working on a variety of projects related to civic engagement, communications, design and animation, speech writing, media and press, website design, event coordination, public policy, and project management.

SELECTED INTERNS WILL ASSIST IN

  • Community Organizing
  • Creating community reports for elected officials and agencies
  • Small Business Outreach
  • Partnership and Stakeholder Building Event Coordination
  • Scheduling and organizational structures
  • Policy research and legislation drafting
  • Attend advocacy events and meetings
  • Constituent Affairs and case management

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

  • Hours per Week: 12-24hrs
  • In-Person: Queens, New York City, NY
  • Course credit is available
Major
Any •
About the Company

Woodside on the Move is a grassroots community organization established in 1976 dedicated to making Queens and surrounding NYC neighborhoods a better place to live, learn, and work. We provide after-school and summer camp programs, senior services, adult ESL, and computer classes, in addition to being a one-stop shop for affordable housing needs and tenants’ rights. We believe strong neighborhoods thrive when all of our neighbors have a voice at the table.

How to Apply
For consideration, please email Executive Director Steven Raga at sraga@woodsideonthemove.org with a copy of your most recent resume. 

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