The Urban Land Institute, located at 2001 L Street, NW, has paid internship opportunities for outstanding graduate and undergraduate students.
ULI’s Urban Resilience program provides ULI members, the public, and communities across the United States with information on how to be more resilient in the face of climate change and other environmental vulnerabilities. The program generates research, hosts events, and provides technical assistance to cities, addressing issues related to resilience and the built environment, real estate markets, and the land use policy sector. The program is housed within ULI’s Center for Sustainability and Economic Performance, which also addresses energy efficiency, health, and other related topics.
For additional information on ULI, please visit www.uli.org.
Overview of Internship:
Intern(s) could participate in a range of activities, including:
- Providing research, writing, editing, and image selection support for research projects, including support of a case study library of real estate development projects featuring resilient design, Developing Urban Resilience https://developingresilience.uli.org/;
- Providing background research on the local land use policies, market contexts, and planning initiatives in communities where the Urban Resilience program is working;
- Providing background research, outreach, and coordination assistance for Urban Resilience events hosted by ULI and the ULI District Council network;
- Developing marketing materials, newsletters, and PowerPoint presentations; and
- Assisting with some administrative tasks as needed.
Strong candidates will be undergraduate or graduate students in a related field, such as real estate, urban planning, sustainability, or resilience. Strong written, oral, and verbal communication skills are a must. Candidates should have:
- General knowledge of and interest in sustainability, real estate, and land use policy;
- Specific knowledge of and interest in topics related to resilience, such as climate change, resilient design, and stormwater management;
- Excellent research, writing, and editing skills;
- Strong project management and organization skills; and
- Graphic design skills preferred.
The ULI summer intern program will run from June 6 through August 7. Workweeks are 37.5 hours.
How to Apply:
Please submit your résumé and letter of interest by April 3, 2019, by following the link below:
No relocation reimbursement is offered at this time. The Urban Land Institute is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Please no phone calls.