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Hollaback! Hiring for Multiple Positions (Brooklyn, NY)

FULL TIME EMPLOYMENT

The following roles will require an entrepreneurial spirit that combines a strong work ethic, a solutions-driven ethos, self-awareness, a comfort with taking risks, passion for social justice, and critical attention to detail. We’re looking for candidates who can hold a strong desire to meaningfully address harassment alongside a strong racial justice analysis and desire to bridge difference.

PROGRAM MANAGER

Specific job responsibilities:

    • Oversight on all Hollaback! Programs. This currently includes, in order of priority, Bystander Intervention, Site leader program, HeartMob, and The People’s Supper.
    • Execute on our Global Site Leader Program. This includes training our incoming classes of global leaders by sharing training videos with them, facilitating weekly check-ins, and following up to ensure they complete assignments. You will also support our global site leaders who are already in operation through quarterly check-ins, setting up peer-to-peer calls, and providing ongoing training.
    • Supervision. Oversee the work activities of the HeartMob fellow and The People’s Supper fellow.
    • Marketing for established programs. Including pitching earned income products to drive increase in revenue.
    • Training. Administer existing trainings and develop new trainings related to programs, in both community and corporate environments.
    • Evaluation. Oversee evaluation of programs, with support of Program and Communications Associate.

Also, other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Qualifications (Must have 80%)

  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • 1-3 years work experience in Program Management
  • 1-3 years work experience as a Trainer
  • 1-3 years work experience in Organizing
  • 1-2 prior Management experience
  • Bilingual a plus, but not required
  • Highly organized, detail-oriented, results driven
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Quick-thinker: can boil a great amount of information into take-aways and next steps
  • Excited to work in a fast-paced environment with aggressive growth plans
  • Eager to take on challenges with a sense of humor

Salary Range: $40-$50k

To apply, please email a PDF resume to emily@ihollaback.org (as an attachment) and include the cover letter in the body of the email. The cover letter should include answers the following questions:

  • Why do you care about ending harassment?
  • Tell us about a time when you identified something that either wasn’t working or was unjust, and what steps you took to change it.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE & COMMUNICATIONS ASSOCIATE

ADMINISTRATIVE: (50% of time)

  • Scheduling. Prioritize and schedule meetings and phone calls for Executive Director. Book flights and hotels during travel opportunities. Do background research when needed to ensure executive director is fully prepared for meetings.
  • Respond to general inquiries to organization. Maintain the organization’s general email inbox and respond to general inquiries. Handling mail: pick up/drop off/mass mailings coordination.
  • Development assistance. Assist staff with managing donor information using the Salesforce Database. Copy edit written materials as needed. Coordinate printing of Hollaback! publications/literature.
  • Office Management. Order, organize, and manage office supplies. Ensure phones and internet are working properly. Ensure that main table and kitchen area is cleaned off before the end of every day.  Take out trash, sweep.
  • Financial administrative assistance. Maintenance of all financial and grant files, including petty cash, documenting all expenses, collection of receipts, etc. Oversee implementation of our Record Retention policy.
  • Benefits Administration. Maintain health insurance, D and O insurance, and any other insurance the organization might need, as determined by the ED and board.

COMMUNICATIONS: (50% of time)

  • Communications strategy. Develop and guide the strategy to encourage people to meet organizational goals. For example, share their stories on ihollaback.org and iheartmob.org, download our app, and take our trainings.
  • Supervision. Manage communications and graphic design fellows, who are responsible for social media, reporting out site leader outcomes through our weekly report, “A Week in Our Shoes,” and approving stories of street harassment on ihollaback.org and stories of online harassment on iheartmob.org.
  • Press. Manage press inquiries and write press releases as needed.
  • Product Management.  Oversee and maintain our HeartMob platform, Hollaback! App, and Hollaback! Website. Oversee implementation of our privacy policies and terms of use for all technology products.

Also, other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Qualifications:

  • Must have a bachelor’s degree with 1-3 years work experience;
  • Highly organized, detail-oriented, results driven, motivated by project coordination and deadlines;
  • Excellent office administrative skills;
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills;
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively with others;
  • Excited to work in a fast-paced environment with aggressive growth plans;
  • Must have a genuine passion for ending harassment;
  • Eager to take on challenges with a sense of humor.

Salary range: $30-35k

To apply, please email a PDF resume to emily@ihollaback.org (as an attachment) and include the cover letter in the body of the email. The cover letter should include answers the following questions:

  • Why do you care about ending harassment?
  • Tell us about a time when you identified something that either wasn’t working or was unjust, and what steps you took to change it.

 

2018 FELLOWSHIPS

The Hollaback! headquarters in Brooklyn is currently offering a series of year-long fellowships.

Interested applicants should send a resume with a cover letter to emily@ihollaback.org. Candidates will be interviewed on a rolling basis.

Fellowships will run for a full year with an estimated time commitment of 16-20 hours per week. We offer a $400 stipend per month. The candidate will work from our office in downtown Brooklyn for the first six months, and then will be given the option to work from home 1-2 days a week based on performance.

 

LEGISLATIVE & DEVELOPMENT FELLOWSHIP

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Develop and mail an outreach letter and map of harassment in their district to all NYC Councilmembers.

  • Set up and attend budget meetings with 10 NYC Councilmembers.

  • Attend NYC legislative hearings and rallies on behalf of the organization.

  • Assist with donor cultivation and messaging via fundraising databases, enter new donors into database.

  • Develop social media content and email messaging for our spring individual giving campaign.

  • Research foundations and other fundraising opportunities

  • Participate in organization brainstorms and meetings.

  • Provide administrative support as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS
  • A current student or recent graduate with a strong commitment to Hollaback!’s mission

  • Highly organized, detail-oriented, results driven and motivated by project management and deadlines

  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills

  • Strong familiarity with monitoring and developing social media content

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and Google Drive

  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively with others

  • Quick-thinker – can boil a great amount of information into take-aways and next steps

  • Excited to work in a fast-paced environment with aggressive growth plans

  • Eager to take on challenges with a sense of humor

  • Flexibility with work tasks

To apply, please email a PDF resume to emily@ihollaback.org (as an attachment) and include the cover letter in the body of the email. The cover letter should include answers the following questions:

  • Why do you care about ending harassment?
  • Tell us about a time when you identified something that either wasn’t working or was unjust, and what steps you took to change it.

 

COMMUNICATIONS FELLOWSHIP

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

The Hollaback! communications internship offers an exciting opportunity for an energetic people-person with a can-do attitude and an eagerness to learn. The intern will assist with media outreach, social media, writing and editing, event support, special projects, research, and administrative work.

As the communications fellow, you will do the following:

  • Maintain and develop exciting social media content about ending harassment for platforms including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

  • Communicate and engage with our followers through social media messages

  • Monitor media contacts, build our growing media lists, and coordinate our press archive

  • Draft our weekly blog updates on Hollaback! headquarters and site activity

  • Monitor international movement activity by tracking blog posts from each site

  • Participate in communications strategy meetings

  • Ongoing administrative assistance as needed

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A current student or recent graduate with a strong commitment to Hollaback!’s mission

  • Highly organized, detail-oriented, results-driven, and motivated by project management and deadlines

  • Has excellent written and verbal communications skills

  • Has strong familiarity with monitoring and developing social media content

  • Able to work both independently and collaboratively with others

  • Quick thinker: can boil a great amount of information into takeaways and next steps

  • Excited to work in a fast-paced environment with aggressive growth plans

  • Eager to take on challenges with a sense of humor

  • Flexible with work tasks

To apply, please email a PDF resume to emily@ihollaback.org (as an attachment) and include the cover letter in the body of the email. The cover letter should include answers the following questions:

  • Why do you care about ending harassment?
  • Tell us about a time when you identified something that either wasn’t working or was unjust, and what steps you took to change it.

 

THE PEOPLE’S SUPPER FELLOWSHIP

The People’s Supper, launched in the wake of the 2016 election in collaboration with the Faith Matters Network and The Dinner Party, is designed to repair the breach in our interpersonal relationships across political, ideological, and identity differences, leading to more civil civic discourse We’re inviting people to convene potluck dinners in big cities, small towns, suburbs and countrysides to create replenishing and healing spaces that thicken our relationships with one another, both within our existing communities and across lines of difference.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

The People’s Supper Fellow will require someone with an entrepreneurial spirit that combines a strong work ethic, a solutions-driven ethos, passion for this project, critical attention to detail, and strong communications skills. This person must have expressed interest in facilitating dialogue across difference, creating healing spaces, cross-team collaboration, project management and communications – including social media and newsletters.

As The People’s Supper Fellow, you will do the following:

  • Maintain and develop exciting social media content for platforms including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Monitor our success on these platforms and make recommendations based on what works and what doesn’t. Communicate and engage with our followers through social media messages.
  • Monitor media contacts and build our growing media lists. Develop pitches for media outlets.
  • Draft our biweekly newsletter updates on The People’s Supper and keep our list up to date with program participants.
  • Other duties as assigned by your supervisor.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Highly organized, detail-oriented, results driven and motivated by project management and deadlines
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills
  • Strong familiarity with monitoring and developing social media content
  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively with others
  • Quick thinker: can boil a great amount of information into takeaways and next steps
  • Excited to work in a fast-paced environment with aggressive growth plans
  • Eager to take on challenges with a sense of humor
  • Flexibility with work tasks

To apply, please email a PDF resume to emily@ihollaback.org (as an attachment) and include the cover letter in the body of the email. The cover letter should include answers the following questions:

  • Why do you care about bridging difference?
  • Tell us about a time when you identified something that either wasn’t working or was unjust, and what steps you took to change it.

Landmark East Harlem Seeks Paid Intern

Landmark East Harlem (LEH) is seeking an intern to support its efforts to preserve and protect the historic, cultural, and architectural character of the East Harlem neighborhood of
Manhattan. The paid internship would begin in January 2018 and run through the spring semester of 2018. There is the potential for the internship to continue into the summer of 2018.

LEH, formed in 2015, is a collaborative effort among Lott Community Development Corporation, CIVITAS, East Harlem Preservation, the Marcus Garvey Park Alliance, and other stakeholders from East Harlem. Members of LEH have been involved in the development of the East Harlem Neighborhood Plan and have helped to raise awareness of historic preservation as
a key component of a comprehensive neighborhood plan.

Since LEH formed, the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) has designated one new individual landmark in East Harlem and recently calendared four additional buildings for designation hearings in 2018. LEH will be heavily involved in advocating for the designation of these calendared properties during the internship period and will continue to advocate for additional individual landmark designations and potentially historic district designations in the neighborhood. The intern will assist with property research, preparation of testimony for LPC hearings, photographing of buildings, and education/outreach efforts.

In addition to its work at the local level, LEH has commissioned a study for a potential State/National Register-listed East Harlem Historic District. Based on this study, the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) has determined the district to be eligible for listing. In 2018, LEH will begin a community education and outreach process to inform property owners about the benefits of listing on the State and National Registers, engage property owners in conversation around concerns and questions, and build consensus among community stakeholders about proceeding with the listing process. This will require creative and enthusiastic community engagement via both mail and digital outreach, public meetings, and interfacing with community leaders and local officials. The intern will coordinate with SHPO and work alongside Landmark East Harlem to meet these goals, but will be largely self-directed.

Responsibilities will include:

• Developing a comprehensive list of property owners within the proposed district
• Creating outreach materials for educating and engaging homeowners about the proposed district
• Conducting research to support the creation of the district
• Assisting with the planning and execution of public meetings about the proposed district
• Supporting Landmark East Harlem with various communications and engagement via the LEH website and social media platforms

This position requires an enthusiastic, motivated person who is knowledgeable and passionate about historic preservation and community development. The successful applicant must have
an interest in the field of historic preservation and architectural history, and preferably some educational background in history, architectural history, architecture, historic preservation, or a
related field. Interpersonal, oral and written communication skills are necessary, as well as organizational skills and the ability to balance multiple ongoing tasks and special projects.

The candidate should also have experience with using digital platforms (website, e-newsletters, and social media) for public outreach. A graduate student pursuing a degree in historic preservation, urban planning, community development, or a related field is preferred. Fluency in Spanish is also helpful, but not required.
This internship is paid and will begin in January 2018. The intern will work 10-15 hours a week, but scheduling is flexible. The intern will be based at Lott Community Development’s office in East Harlem but will work on behalf of LEH and report to the leadership of the group.

E-mail letter of interest, resume, and a brief writing sample addressed to:
Christopher Cirillo, Executive Director/President
Lott Community Development Corporation
421 East 116th Street, Ground Floor
New York, NY 10029
cirilloc@lottcdc.org

Center for Family Life Seeks Worker Cooperative and Up & Go Developer (Brooklyn, NY)

FT UP&GO COOPERATIVE DEVELOPER – Contribute to creating a grassroots new economy initiative!

Full Time Position, Center for Family Life’s Cooperative Development Program (CDP)

We are growing the Cooperative Development Program in Sunset Park, Brooklyn and are offering an opportunity to be part of a dynamic team that channels the power of technological innovation & grassroots social group work to address systemic oppression and shift economic power to low-income community leaders.

The Organization: The Center for Family Life has been at the forefront of worker cooperative development for the past 10 years.

 We are scaling the impact of worker cooperative development by creating a web app (upandgo.coop) that connects clients to cleaning professionals who are co-owners of their own business.

 We believe that in the current times more than ever it is important to strengthen community self-reliance and build leadership and advocacy. We invite you to be part of creating a new economic system that puts people and the planet before profits.

The Position: We’re looking for an Up&Go Cooperative Developer, with strong English and Spanish skills, a B.A. or M.A. in Social Work, Sociology, Community Development, Business, Public Administration or other related field, as well as superior organizational, interpersonal and communication skills. The pay range we are offering is $42,000 to $45,000.

 This position includes, supporting the development of Up&Go as well as supporting a local tutoring cooperative Sunset Scholars.

 We offer excellent health (medical and dental) benefits, 5 weeks of vacation and sick leave.

 We offer exciting leadership development opportunities.

Why Should You Apply?

 Make a Difference! The most rewarding thing about working with us is that you are part of making a real difference for real people you build real relationships with – you see the impact of the work every day.

 Diverse and Creative Work. The range of responsibilities vary from conducting feasibility studies to preparing curriculum and agenda’s for meetings, to figuring out legal incorporation and governance issues to individual and group leadership development coaching. The diversity of tasks can be demanding, but if you are up for the challenge we can promise it will never get boring.

 Great team of Dynamic Change Makers. Join a great team of dynamic people who share your passion for positive social change.

Please send us your full resume and cover letter by email to coopdevelopment@sco.org. Subject line should include: “Up&Go Cooperative Developer Position.” Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. We are aiming for a January 29, 2018 start date.

The Center for Family Life, which is a program of SCO Family of Services, is an equal opportunity employer.

PROFESSIONAL LEVEL

None specified

MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIRED

4-year degree

HOW TO APPLY

coopdevelopment@sco.org

https://sco.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=30788&lang=en#.WiB6uF656fs.link

Applicants for the Cooperative Developer position should submit their full resume along with a cover letter that includes salary requirements by email to coopdevelopment@sco.org. Subject line should include: “Cooperative Developer Position.” Applications without the latter required documents will not be reviewed.

Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) Seeks College Aide (NYC)

The Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) ensures that City agencies have the critical resources and support needed to provide the best possible services to the public. The Real Estate Services (RES) Line of Service of DCAS is the real estate arm of the City of New York and consists of six distinct units: Portfolio Planning and Management (PPM), Leasing, Design & Project Management (D&PM), Strategic Real Estate Initiatives, Planning, and Financial Services . The RES Line of Service meets the different real estate needs of City agencies including: lease  negotiation,  architectural  design  and  project  management,  acquisition  and disposition  of  real estate, zoning and land use analyses, enforcement  of space standards in office design, and overseeing the equitable allocation of over  22 million square feet of privately owned leased space and 15 million square feet  of City-owned space for agency use.

The Planning Unit provides oversight for the City’s real estate portfolio, including tracking, records maintenance, evaluation and reallocation of the 15,000 tax lots owned by the City.  It provides guidance on land use matters and the process to implement real estate transactions. Oversight responsibilities include evaluation of properties for use by City agencies and preparation of ULURP and CEQR applications. Land Use Planning extensively uses GIS, database, and graphics technology.

Responsibilities:

The College Aide will assist the City Planners in:
• Conducting a review of the DCAS real estate inventory for repurposing or to be offered to other City agencies .
• Reviewing and providing edits to ACS, DFTA, DSNY, NYPD and other City Agency Acquisition/Site Selection ULURP applications .
• Draft environmental review analyses and documents required for select City discretionary actions .
• Preparing advanced GIS analyses and GIS maps.
• Data reconciliation efforts.

For Assignment Level I:
Matriculation at an accredited college or graduate school. Employment is conditioned upon continuance as a student in a college or graduate school.

For Assignment Level II (Information Technology):
Matriculation at an accredited college or graduate school. Employment is conditioned upon continuance as a student in a college or graduate school with a specific course of study in information technology, computer science, management information systems, data processing, or closely related field, including or supplemented by 9 semester credits in an acceptable course of study.

For Assignment Level III (Information Technology Fellow):
Matriculation at an accredited college or graduate school. Employment is conditioned upon continuance as a student in a college or graduate school with a specific course of study in information technology, computer science, management information systems, data processing, or other area relevant to the information technology project(s) assigned, including or supplemented by 9 semester credits in an acceptable course of study. Appointments to this Assignment Level will be made by the Technology Steering Committee through the Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications.

SPECIAL NOTE
Maximum tenure for all Assignment Levels in the title of College Aide is 6 years. No student shall be employed more than half-time in any week in which classes in which the student is enrolled are in session. Students may be employed full-time during their vacation periods.

Preferred Skills

  • Students enrolled in master’s degrees in city planning or regional planning, public administration, related fields; and real estate background.
  • Candidates with New York City government experience, as well as land use experience in NYC zoning, ULURP applications and CEQR documents.
  • Students familiar with Microsoft Office, including Access and/or computer graphics knowledge, intermediate to advanced GIS, especially ESRI ArcGIS skills, good written,oral and interpersonal communication skills.

To Apply Please go to www.nyc.gov/careers and search for Job ID # 313119

For current City employees, please go to www.nyc.gov/ess and log into Employee Self Service.

NO PHONE CALLS, FAXES OR PERSONAL INQUIRIES PERMITTED.

NOTE: ONLY THOSE CANDIDATES UNDER CONSIDERATION WILL BE CONTACTED.

Residency Requirement New York City residency is generally required within 90 days of appointment. However, City Employees in certain titles who have worked for the City for 2 continuous years may also be eligible to reside in Nassau, Suffolk, Putnam, Westchester, Rockland, or Orange County. To determine if the residency requirement applies to you, please discuss with the agency representative at the time of interview.

Neighbors Helping Neighbors Seeks Homeownership Counselor

Position: Homeownership Counselor
Unit: Fifth Avenue Committee’s Housing Development Department
Status: Non-Exempt
Employee Type: Full-Time, 35 hours per week
Fifth Avenue Committee (FAC) and Neighbors Helping Neighbors (NHN) are seeking a Homeownership Counselor to provide foreclosure prevention and pre-purchase homebuyer counseling and advocacy to homeowners in Brooklyn and New York City. This is a 35-hour, five- day-per-week position.

Join an experienced, fun, and creative team as we work to advance and protect affordable homeownership in New York City. We offer a great work environment with friendly co-workers who are passionate about their jobs. Our office is centrally located in Park Slope/Gowanus, a diverse neighborhood with easy access to transportation.

FAC is an award-winning, 39-year-old, South Brooklyn-based, non-profit community development corporation whose mission is to advance economic and social justice. FAC develops and manages affordable housing and community facilities, creates economic opportunities and ensures access to economic stability, organizes residents and workers, offers student-centered adult education, and combats displacement caused by gentrification.

NHN became an affiliate of FAC in 2011 and has received funding to assist homeowners and first-time homebuyers. NHN is a non-profit, community-based organization whose mission is to empower low- and moderate-income Brooklyn residents to secure quality housing and build assets. NHN is a HUD-approved housing counseling agency providing foreclosure prevention services, homebuyer education, and tenant advocacy.

Responsibilities include:

  • Foreclosure prevention counseling: Meet with homeowners facing mortgage default to review their personal finances and reason for delinquency, assess their home retention options, and develop an action plan to return them to financial stability.
  • Loan modification applications and advocacy: Work with homeowners to assemble and submit applications to mortgage servicers for loan modifications or other programs to resolve delinquency, communicate with servicers to advocate on behalf of homeowners, escalate cases or refer them to legal services partners when necessary.
  • Pre-purchase homebuyer counseling: Meet with first-time homebuyers to review their personal finances, assess their readiness for homeownership, and develop financial goals and action plans; advise ready buyers on mortgage options and help them to secure loan approvals, assist buyers in applying for downpayment and closing cost assistance.
  • Data management: Record, maintain, and track counseling data using the online CounselorMax database.
  • Outreach & retention: Assist in promoting awareness of the program by attending community events and helping with other outreach and marketing efforts, such as distributing flyers, direct mailing, or social media.
  • Training and knowledge-building: Attend regular training sessions to be informed of industry trends and to receive up-to-date information regarding homeownership and
    foreclosure prevention.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:
 Bachelor’s degree preferred.
 Experience in social services, banking, or paralegal work strongly preferred.
 Additional experience in housing counseling is helpful.
 Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
 Strong public speaking skills.
 Ability to engage with low- and moderate-income homeowners and homebuyers in a
respectful manner.
 Able to work well on a team as well as independently.
 Highly-organized self-starter able to multi-task.
 Excellent computer skills; familiarity with CounselorMax a plus.
 Detail-oriented, thorough, and able to concentrate while meeting deadlines.
 Demonstrated patience and flexibility handling complex issues and crises.
 Fluency in a second language is helpful, particularly Spanish, Haitian Creole, Mandarin, or Cantonese.
 Strong commitment to FAC and NHN’s missions.

Compensation & Benefits: $50,000 to $53,000 annual salary, commensurate with experience; NHN offers a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental and vision insurance
benefits (following a 90-day waiting period), voluntary flexible spending plan, 403b retirement plan, and paid leave time including 18 vacation days and 12 sick days.

To Apply: Please email cover letter and resume to jobs@fifthave.org by January 2nd, 2018.

Indicate “Homeownership Counselor” in the subject line.

No phone calls, please.

NHN is an equal opportunity employer (EEO). People of color, community residents, and women are strongly encouraged to apply.

Industrial Program Internship at Business Outreach Center Network (NYC)

Winter/Spring 2018 Internship
Business Outreach Center Network (BOC) is seeking an intern for the Spring 2018 semester who can assist with developing a social media strategy and greater web presence for BOC’s industrial advocacy projects—The Maspeth Industrial Business Association (MIBA), and the East Brooklyn Industrial Partnership (EBIP).  The intern will also have the opportunity to interface with industrial businesses and explore NYC’s industrial terrain.  The intern will be expected to work for 15-20 hours per week.  This is an unpaid internship but we will be happy to help you receive academic credit.
Duties include but are not limited to the following:
  • Maintaining and creating content for social media platforms
  • Building/updating websites for EBIP amd MIBA
  • Assistance with updating geodatabase of industrial businesses, industrial projects, and other developments occurring in the IBZ’s with the possibility of making such a database accessible through the website
  • Data analysis, graphics and reporting
  • Site visits at industrial areas, photographing and surveying IBZ’s for local conditions report
  • Canvassing and general outreach to local industrial businesses
Qualifications:
  • Excellent writing and communication skills
  • Familiarity with QGIS
  • Familiarity with Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, Indesign
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint
  • Currently enrolled in graduate level coursework in Public Policy, Urban Planning, or Public Administration
About BOC:
The Business Outreach Center Network is a non-for-profit microenterprise and small business development organization with local services in all five boroughs of New York City and Newark, New Jersey. BOC affiliate CDFI BOC Capital Corp.  provides microloans and small business loans to its target market of underserved entrepreneurs in the NYC Metropolitan area.  As part of its economic development mission BOC  also provide services to industrial and manufacturing businesses throughout East Brooklyn and Central Queens as well as managing services for the seven IBZ’s (Industrial Business Zones) scattered throughout these areas.
How To Apply:
Send resume and cover letter to Michael Devigne:  mdevigne@bocnet.org