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Mary Beth Powell, Carolina Planning Career Services Coordinator
Mary Beth has more than 30 years of work experience in city planning and public health. She served as the Associate Director of the Center for Urban and Regional Studies on campus and has worked in the nonprofit sector and various state agencies including Active Living by Design, East Coast Greenway Alliance, and the NC Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
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Archway Communities is a non-profit affordable housing developer, owner, operator and service provider in the Denver Metro area. Our real estate team is led by a Carolina Planning alum (me!) and we’re looking to add a development project manager to help us tackle a busy and growing affordable housing development
Stantec’s Community Development group is seeking a summer resilience planning intern for our Raleigh, North Carolina office. Our highly experienced, multi-disciplinary, national team specializes in community resilience including hazard mitigation planning, climate adaptation plans and policies, risk assessment, and strategy development. We help communities understand, communicate, and reduce their current
The Stantec Community Development group is seeking a Resilience Planner (Entry Level) who is an energetic and creative individual for a full-time position. As a Resilience Planner within our Community business line, you will have the opportunity to be a part of Stantec’s growing national resilience practice. Your experience supporting
Bike Durham is seeking to contract with an individual to coordinate community outreach activities for a safe streets project in the Burch Avenue neighborhood this summer. We project that the work will be an estimated 150 hours (15-20 hours per week), beginning as soon as possible and completed by September
Please see job announcement available at https://novatransit.org/uploads/employment/Program%20Analyst_NVTC_2021.pdf.
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