Are you interested in shaping the future of our built environment? Do you care about how we strengthen our cross-border culture? Do you spend your Friday nights dreaming up better transit and bike routes?
Then a role at the Urban Land Institute is right for you.
Students are encouraged to apply for the 2021 Urban Issues Internship with ULI San Diego – Tijuana. This position is intended for students pursuing studies in real estate, urban studies or nonprofit management.
Urban Issues Internship
- 15-20 Hours Per Week
- 4 month term with option to extend
- Contact: Chris Clark, ULI San Diego – Tijuana (email@example.com)
The San Diego – Tijuana office of the Urban Land Institute is recruiting for a part-time intern working to advance diversity, equity and inclusion in the real estate industry.
This position will develop a unique research, community service or communications project with the support of leading professionals in the San Diego – Tijuana region. The intern will work closely with local ULI staff as well as the district’s network of developers, architects, engineers, planners and other land use professionals.
Successful candidates will demonstrate a positive attitude, professional demeanor and willingness to learn. Interest in the real estate industry, public policy and nonprofit management are encouraged.
This position is open to candidates in San Diego – Tijuana region. Interns will have the option of in-office or remote work.
The Urban Land Institute (ULI) is a professional membership organization comprised of individuals and companies with an interest in the use of land (developers, engineers, architects, planners, etc.) and serves more than 700 members from throughout San Diego county and Tijuana. We are one of 60 international District Councils.
Our mission is to provide leadership in responsible land use and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide.
Applicants should submit a resume as well as a response to the following prompt (no more than one page in length).
Prompt: What land use issue should local leaders prioritize in order to make the biggest positive impact on the region’s quality of life and why?
Email your application materials to Chris.Clark@uli.org