Please consider the announcements below and let me know if you have questions.
1. Job: Communications and Project Manager
NASPAA (our MPA program’s accrediting organization) is seeking applicants for a Communications and Project Manager. They asked that our students consider this opportunity. Details online
2. Jobs: Center on Domestic Violence
The Center on Domestic Violence at the University of Colorado Denver is hiring two positions! Research to Practice (R2P) Coordinator and Youth Technical Assistance Program Manager
3. Paid Summer Internship
Nonprofit, Arts and Vail! I could think of worse things than spending a summer in Vail in a paid internship position that includes housing. Deadline to apply is February 21. Details in the job portal.
4. Paid Internship
The City of Lone Tree is seeking graduate students to apply for their communication internship that will specifically work with the City’s Youth Commission. Apply ASAP! Details.
5. Research Assistantship Position
SPA is hiring a graduate student to conduct internet-based research for approximately 5 months. The position requires the graduate student to research on a global city-by-city basis financial, demographic and economic, and institutional rule data. 15-20 hours per week, $10 / hour. Interested applicants: Send a resume and 1-paragraph summary of interests and skills to Dr. Martell at Christine.Martell@ucdenver.edu by December 31, 2016.
6. Legislative Internship
Conservation Colorado is seeking a legislative intern. Duties will include working closely with the organization’s Advocacy Director/Lobbyist, Advocacy Team, and Deputy Director to analyze legislation, prepare factsheets and background materials, perform research, assist with drafting amendments, devise legislative strategy, track bills, work with the larger conservation community and assist with legislative event. More information online. Interested applicants should email Advocacy Director, Theresa Conley ASAP.
7. Post-Election Event
The Center on Domestic Violence’s Community Education Series is hosting a presentation by Tonya Lovelace Davis and Sumayya Coleman “Beyond the Safety Pin: #JaggedJustice Post-Election Accountability and Action” on Wednesday, January 11th, 2017. Program and registration details online.
8. Webinar on Network Analysis: A Network Approach to Fostering Empowerment, Leadership, and Innovation within Organizations
Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017 | Noon-1 p.m.
Learn about the National Park System’s Innovative Leadership Network (ILN) and its Dual System approach that melds the efficiency and productivity of a hierarchy with the flexibility and agility of a network. Register online.