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California Coalition for Rural Housing Internship

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  • Dayana Salazar
    THERE S STILL TIME TO APPLY and we are aggressively recruiting from San Jose State for this excellent and rare year-long paid internship program for students
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 23, 2002
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      THERE'S STILL TIME TO APPLY and we are aggressively recruiting from San
      Jose State for this excellent and rare year-long paid internship
      program for students who want to learn HANDS-ON what it takes to be a
      Project Manager and develop Affordable Housing for low-income
      people from both the TECHNICAL and QUALITATIVE perspective. This a
      perfect program for students who represent the diversity of people
      within California and who want to use their technical and analytical
      skills towards a career that has a direct socio-economic benefit. I am
      hoping you can PLEASE HELP GET THE WORD OUT and share this message with
      the students in your networks, via email, announcing in class
      or meetings, sharing this with campus staff/faculty, printing this
      and/or posting. Students of Color are strongly urged to apply. Please
      feel
      free to call with any questions. Much thanks.



      CALIFORNIA COALITION FOR RURAL
      HOUSING

      FOURTH ANNUAL

      Rural California Internship
      Program for

      Diversity in nonprofit Housing and
      Community Development



      Administered by the California Coalition for Rural Housing,
      the 2002-2003 Program year kicks off continuing to offer a
      COMPREHENSIVE YEAR-LONG PAID INTERSHIP AND TRAINING PROGRAM to
      students interested in a career in the field of Affordable
      Housing and Community
      Development.



      Placed at established Affordable Housing and Community
      Development Organizations, student interns gain a year of excellent
      professional work experience, learn the basics needed to develop
      affordable housing for low-income people, and start to develop the
      building blocks needed to help create healthy
      communities in rural California, including:



      ? AFFORDABLE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES FOR
      WORKING WITH RACIALLY AND CULTURALLY
      DIVERSE AND LOW-INCOME
      COMMUNITIES

      ? WHAT IT TAKES TO DEVELOP AFFORDABLE HOUSING FROM START
      TO FINISH - THE NUTS AND BOLTS

      ? FINANCIAL FEASIBILITY ANALYSIS OF DEVELOPMENTS AND
      SECURING PREDEVELOPMENT, CONSTRUCTION, AND
      PERMANENT FINANCING (WORKING WITH
      LENDERS AND INVESTORS)

      ? WHAT IS GOOD DESIGN? BUILDING FOR LOW-INCOME PEOPLE WITHOUT
      COMPROMISING QUALITY AND THE CULTURE OF
      THE PEOPLE WHO WILL LIVE THERE - DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, AND
      THE USE OF OUTDOOR AND INDOOR SPACE.

      ? POLICY ANALYSIS AND POLITICAL ADVOCACY MENTORSHIP FOR COMMUNITY
      DEVELOPMENT AT THE STATE, COUNTY AND
      LOCAL LEVEL

      ? LEADERSHIP SKILL BUILDING AND
      MENTORSHIP



      Preference is given to Applications
      Received by April 15, 2002

      Second Priority Submission
      Date: April 29, 2002

      Third Priority Submission
      Date: May 1, 2002







      The program has in the past been flexible and has made exceptions to
      the following listed preferences, including accepting graduate and
      upper division students. Preference is given to those who are
      completing their junior year in college, demonstrate a commitment to
      improve the quality of life of low-income people, and who have
      coursework background in the areas of: sociology, community
      development, ethnic studies, planning, business, public policy,
      history, social science, construction management, civil engineering,
      political science, or other
      related fields.





      If you have questions, are thinking about applying, or want to obtain a
      complete program description and application, send an email or call
      the Internship Program Director at (619)
      934-3720 or email at ana@...





      Ana BaĆ­z-Torres, Program Director

      California Coalition for Rural Housing

      PO Box 210516

      Chula Vista, CA 91921

      619.934.3720

      fax: 619.934.3754

      ana@...
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