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Internship - San Francisco - Enterprise Community Partners - Program Intern -Housing

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  • Asha Weinstein Agrawal
    ... From: Planning Jobs | Department of City and Regional Planning at Berkeley Date: Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 9:31 PM
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      From: Planning Jobs | Department of City and Regional Planning at
      Berkeley <webmaster@...>
      Date: Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 9:31 PM
      Subject: Planning Jobs - Department of City and Regional Planning at Berkeley

      Program Intern -Housing

      Posted: 18 Apr 2012 10:38 AM PDT

      POSITION The Enterprise Community Partners Northern California office
      focuses on four program areas –community stabilization and
      foreclosure response, green communities, HOPE SF and public housing,
      and transit-oriented development. We are looking for an intern to
      assist mostly with shaping our transit oriented development
      programmatic work, shaping a national public housing initiative at
      Enterprise, and shaping select new public housing revitalization
      efforts in Northern California. This work will occur during the summer
      and potentially part-time during the fall. The TOD Program Intern will
      work with the Director of Programs –Northern California as well as
      other members of the program staff on a few research projects that are
      in different stages of development.

      RESPONSIBILITIES Depending on the interest and talents of the intern
      as well as the timing of projects, the responsibilities could include:
      • Assessing the market and policy context of 2-3 specific transit
      nodes, including researching vacant and underutilized sites,
      summarizing community interests, determining what type of TOD is
      appropriate for the area, interviewing select affordable housing
      developers about the potential opportunities, scanning for best
      practices, and summarizing findings; • Assist on a national study
      that looks at existing financial and policy barriers and opportunities
      for equitable TOD in five regions around the country -with specific
      contribution to the portion that focuses on the Bay Area. • Design
      and conduct a region-wide assessment of opportunity for affordable
      housing in key transit nodes in cooperation with Enterprise partners
      such as the Metropolitan Transportation Commission and Reconnecting
      America. • Assist the Vice President and Market Leader create a
      national Enterprise initiative around public housing revitalization
      that kicks off with a Bay Area convening in the fall. • Research
      national best-practices for resident relocation and re-integration in
      public housing re-construction projects. • Assist staff to enhance
      HOPE SF communications work such as by executing website updates on
      http://hope-sf.org/ • Assist in daily office work including, but not
      limited to: printing, copying and distributing testimony; and general
      administrative duties as necessary.

      Firm Name: Enterprise Community Partners Location: until July 1: 100
      Bush Street; after July 14: 101 Montgomery Street, San Francisco
      Payment: Paid Contact: Frances Wang Email:
      fwang@... Phone: 415-395-9279 Posted: Apr 18, 2012
      Category: Community Development Start Date: 2012-05-14
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