2017 Paid Hourly Position with the Connecticut Trail Census
This hourly position offers a great opportunity for an individual to gain skills in community data analysis and work closely with planners and development professionals involved in the Connecticut Trail Census. The Connecticut Trail Census is a volunteer based data collection program on multi-use trails (bike-pedestrian) throughout the state of Connecticut involving intercept and infrared counter use data. The Community Development intern will assist mainly with data entry but also potentially conduct some analysis of intercept and infrared counter data collected in May 2017. $15 per hour. Work will average 6-10 hours per week from June through November 2017. Please submit resume and short cover letter explaining your interest to Laura Brown firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Posted February 1, 2017