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Intern with Advocacy Advance this Winter

Advocacy Advance is looking for an intern this Spring. The intern will gain knowledge and skills related to federal funding for bicycle and pedestrian projects and the advocacy efforts to secure and utilize this funding at the state and local level nationwide.  Work includes research of federal transportation funding, outreach to member organizations, collecting best practices of bike/ped organizations, and tracking data to compile state profiles.

Specific tasks for the Advocacy Advance Intern:

Skills and Knowledge to be Gained:




How To Apply

Please send a letter of interest, resume, one sample of work (research, writing and/or design), & 2-3 references to Brighid O’Keane, Advocacy Advance Program Manager at Applications are due by January 18th 2012.  Anticipated start date will be in late January.

This internship offers a flexible schedule with a fifteen-hour-a-week minimum commitment for a total of 180 hours (3 months). This position is based in Washington, DC. The Advocacy Advance intern will receive a $1500 / month stipend. We can work with academic requirements you may have, to help you earn course credit, and give you a unique opportunity to connect to a growing network of organizations making significant community improvements. The internship will be administered by the Alliance for Biking & Walking.


A Partnership of:
Alliance for Biking and WalkingLeague of American Bicyclists
Supported by:


EveryBody Walk Collaborative

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