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Southeast Programs Intern

Firm Name
Enterprise Community Partners
Firm Location
Atlanta, GA
Firm Website


Job Description Summary

Enterprise Community Partners, Southeast Market, seeks an Affordable Housing intern to support our programming and policy work through data analysis and visualization, research, and program development support. This intern position is available in the Atlanta office (Virtual possible), and will have the opportunity to learn about the affordable housing field through a variety of projects. In addition, there is opportunity to attend virtual and in person events and meetings and network with other affordable housing professionals.
Job Description


Faith Based Development Initiative (FBDI)

Data Collection and Analysis – Determine the number of parcels owned (or controlled) by houses of worship in our targeted geography
Assess inventory in targeted geographies (i.e., Nashville, TN) to identify parcels owned by houses of worship.
Create property profiles for each property, identifying ownership; location; acreage; square footage; zoning and buildable floor area, etc.
Develop a database with property profiles and contact information for tracking all houses of worship that own developable parcels.

Atlanta Subsidized Multifamily
Utilizing the HouseATL Affordable Housing Database and National Housing Preservation database, complete data analysis for the City of Atlanta and five County Metro, continuing development of a prioritization matrix and working with partners to analyze opportunities and communicate results.
Develop visualizations of analysis, including charts, graphs, tables, maps, etc.
Atlanta and Miami Small Multifamily
Support the development and launch of the Southeast Preservation Next Academy. This may include support in outreach and promotion and content development.
Engage with the Preservation Next Data Fellow to analyze SMMF inventory, and to develop materials to share with partners and inform prioritization, including charts, graphs, tables, maps, etc.
Review research papers, attend webinars, and speak with partners to inform preservation frameworks and priorities.
State & Local Policy

Assist with the preparation of a brief one-to-two-page document summarizing relevant housing data across the Atlanta metro-area.
Support review of housing statistics to support policy advocacy

An undergraduate degree, with preference for a graduate degree.
A minimum of 3 year’s related work experience in consulting, planning, policy, or housing development, including if applicable, time obtaining a Masters degree in city planning, public policy or administration, environmental studies, real estate development, or related field.
Familiarity with and interest in the policies, funding sources, financial structure and process of affordable housing development.
Strong data analysis and presentation skills required.
Microsoft Word, Access & Excel skills, and familiarity with web-based research are required; experience with public datasets and GIS required.
Superior research and writing skills.
Self-motivated, ability to work both independently and as a team player.
Ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks.

Job Details

Job Type
Paid Y/N

Contact Information

Contact Name
Sara Haas
Contact Email
The contact is a Carolina Planning alum.
Job Category:
Community Development, Housing, Internship
Job Sector:
Non Profit