[URBANTH-L]Funding: NYC HPD Housing and Community Development
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Fri Jan 21 15:36:18 EST 2005
NYC HPD HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FELLOWSHIP -- NYC Dept of Housing Preservation and Development: This two-year program exposes Fellows to the inner workings of NYC government and provides a forum for the exchange of ideas with those who shape HPD's housing policy. Related lectures and tours enhance the fellowship experience. In the first year, fellows work for four months in three different offices of their choosing at HPD, allowing them to learn firsthand HPD's innovative efforts to revitalize NYC neighborhoods through new construction, renovation, code enforcement, litigation, and outreach and loans to private owners. In the second year, fellows move into a full-time position. The 2005-2007 Fellowship begins in July 2005.
Applicant must be a recent graduate with a master's or law degree, and have good writing, analytical, and interpersonal skills. Demonstrated interest in government and housing is preferred. Selected applicants must become residents of NYC within ninety days following the start of employment. Salary: $44K per year with health care benefits beginning three months after the start of employment. The application is available for download at http://nyc.gov/html/hpd/html/for-job-seekers/housing- fellows.html. Deliver completed application packages to 100 Gold Street, Room 5A4, by February 28th, 2005. Contact:glaserp at hpd.nyc.gov
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