Morningside Park Intern
NYC Parks - New York NY

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    2018 NYC SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM PARKS & RECREATION-065

    Contact: Leslie Nusblatt Phone: (see application details) Fax: (see application details) Email: (see application details)

    AGENCY DESCRIPTION NYC Parks’ mission is to plan resilient and sustainable parks, public spaces, and recreational amenities, build a park system for present and future generations, and care for parks and public spaces to benefit New Yorkers across the five boroughs. Through an effort to improve the quality, accessibility, efficiency and sustainability of our city parks, the Mayor’s office has funded a number of equity initiatives including: Community Parks Initiative NYC Parks’ Community Parks Initiative, at the center of the Mayor’s plan, is completely redesigning and reconstructing 67 parks in neighborhoods across the city with the greatest needs-with a number from the original 30 opening in 2018, more than half are in construction. Parks Without Borders NYC Parks is also leading in innovative park design with Parks Without Borders, a new design approach that focuses on improving park entrances, edges, and spaces adjacent to parks. By extending parks into communities, Parks Without Borders will improve public realm. Anchor Parks Under Anchor Parks, the city selected eight parks that have historically received underinvestment, high surrounding population, and potential for park development. The Anchor Parks program is part of NYC Parks Commissioner Mitchell Silver’s Framework for an Equitable Future, a commitment to create thriving public spaces for all New Yorkers. The work of the agency goes far beyond the maintenance of New York City’s parks. Parks is the City’s leading programmer of cultural, athletic and social activities, including nature walks, concerts, learn-to-swim classes, sports clinics, historic house tours, and much more. Each year Parks hosts annual events such as WinterJam, Street Games, Adventures NYC, and the Fall Field Day. In addition, Parks produces many special events, concerts and movie premieres, as well as providing free rental equipment for skating, baseball, and miniature golf. The NYC Parks Commissioner is appointed by the Mayor to oversee and direct the work of the agency. The Commissioner appoints Deputy Commissioners, Borough Commissioners, and Assistant Commissioners who are responsible for managing the agency’s divisions. These senior officials supervise the work of thousands of Parks employees. They work with elected officials to complete capital improvements for parks, playgrounds, and recreation centers. They work with the private sector to sponsor free public events. They get the community involved in Parks through volunteer initiatives and educational and athletic programming in recreation and nature centers. They prepare Parks’ budget and monitor the work of Parks’ ice- skating rinks, golf courses and other concessions.

    UNIT DESCRIPTION The primary goal is to improve the landscapes in the parks that will then increase programming and patronage.

    POSITION TITLE Morningside Park Intern

    INTERNSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES Participants will engage in horticulture techniques that will hopefully provide fundamental skills and knowledge that may be utilized in future employment opportunities. This includes: determine plant types and numbers to create a successful garden, creating a garden, planting and maintaining plants, trees, & shrubs, pruning techniques, grass/lawn care, and fall/winter plantings.

    QUALIFICATIONS / SPECIAL SKILLS / AREAS OF STUDY All the interns should have a special interest in horticulture landscape work

    nyc.gov/internships

    APPLICATION PROCESS Please email cover letter and resume to (see application details)

    SALARY RANGE Unpaid

    nyc.gov/internships

    2018 NYC SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM PARKS & RECREATION-065

    Contact: Leslie Nusblatt Phone: (see application details) Fax: (see application details) Email: (see application details)

    AGENCY DESCRIPTION NYC Parks’ mission is to plan resilient and sustainable parks, public spaces, and recreational amenities, build a park system for present and future generations, and care for parks and public spaces to benefit New Yorkers across the five boroughs. Through an effort to improve the quality, accessibility, efficiency and sustainability of our city parks, the Mayor’s office has funded a number of equity initiatives including: Community Parks Initiative NYC Parks’ Community Parks Initiative, at the center of the Mayor’s plan, is completely redesigning and reconstructing 67 parks in neighborhoods across the city with the greatest needs-with a number from the original 30 opening in 2018, more than half are in construction. Parks Without Borders NYC Parks is also leading in innovative park design with Parks Without Borders, a new design approach that focuses on improving park entrances, edges, and spaces adjacent to parks. By extending parks into communities, Parks Without Borders will improve public realm. Anchor Parks Under Anchor Parks, the city selected eight parks that have historically received underinvestment, high surrounding population, and potential for park development. The Anchor Parks program is part of NYC Parks Commissioner Mitchell Silver’s Framework for an Equitable Future, a commitment to create thriving public spaces for all New Yorkers. The work of the agency goes far beyond the maintenance of New York City’s parks. Parks is the City’s leading programmer of cultural, athletic and social activities, including nature walks, concerts, learn-to-swim classes, sports clinics, historic house tours, and much more. Each year Parks hosts annual events such as WinterJam, Street Games, Adventures NYC, and the Fall Field Day. In addition, Parks produces many special events, concerts and movie premieres, as well as providing free rental equipment for skating, baseball, and miniature golf. The NYC Parks Commissioner is appointed by the Mayor to oversee and direct the work of the agency. The Commissioner appoints Deputy Commissioners, Borough Commissioners, and Assistant Commissioners who are responsible for managing the agency’s divisions. These senior officials supervise the work of thousands of Parks employees. They work with elected officials to complete capital improvements for parks, playgrounds, and recreation centers. They work with the private sector to sponsor free public events. They get the community involved in Parks through volunteer initiatives and educational and athletic programming in recreation and nature centers. They prepare Parks’ budget and monitor the work of Parks’ ice- skating rinks, golf courses and other concessions.

    UNIT DESCRIPTION The primary goal is to improve the landscapes in the parks that will then increase programming and patronage.

    POSITION TITLE Morningside Park Intern

    INTERNSHIP RESPONSIBILITIES Participants will engage in horticulture techniques that will hopefully provide fundamental skills and knowledge that may be utilized in future employment opportunities. This includes: determine plant types and numbers to create a successful garden, creating a garden, planting and maintaining plants, trees, & shrubs, pruning techniques, grass/lawn care, and fall/winter plantings.

    QUALIFICATIONS / SPECIAL SKILLS / AREAS OF STUDY All the interns should have a special interest in horticulture landscape work

    nyc.gov/internships

    APPLICATION PROCESS Please email cover letter and resume to (see application details)

    SALARY RANGE Unpaid

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