If you’re looking to build your career through positive social and environmental impact, consider an internship with Walk SF, and help reclaim streets, as safe, shared spaces everyone can enjoy.
Not only will you help make a difference by learning about effective nonprofit advocacy, communication, and membership practices, your work will support Vision Zero, the goal to end all traffic deaths in 10 years.
Walk SF’s Membership & Outreach, Media, and Policy/Research internships can help you prepare for the job market as you continue your education by enabling you to:
- Gather hands-on, real-world work experience
- Develop and enhance professional and technical expertise
- Build a strong resumé that stands out
- Secure recommendations and networking opportunities
- Establish interest/commitment to a specific field
- Foster leadership and team-building skills
- Earn academic credits (when applicable)
Take advantage of the opportunity to experiment in nonprofit, development, communication, transportation, and planning fields that match your personal, professional, or academic interests as a Walk SF intern.
To apply, download one of the internship descriptions below and send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Develop industry-specific abilities, while at the same time, cultivate your collaborative strengths and exercise individual responsibility. Apply today!
And, if you know someone who might be the right candidate for a Walk SF internship, please forward this eNewsletter to them.
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