The New York City Department of Education is the largest system of public schools in the United States, serving 1.1 million students in over 1,800 schools. New York City’s public schools are led by Chancellor Carmen Fariña, a veteran educator committed to partnership with all stakeholders of the school community, and to supporting teachers so they can provide a quality education to all students. An internship with the DOE offers you the opportunity to gain experience in the field of public education, while working for one of the most dynamic agencies in New York City.
The DOE invites current and recent graduate students interested in education and public policy, organizational development, and communications to participate in an internship with the Organizational Development Unit. The Organizational Development Intern will support the team by providing project management, operations, and training development support to employee development initiatives within the Central office. This paid internship will be based out of 65 Court Street, Brooklyn, NY.
The Organizational Development Unit (ODU) within the OOS offer an array of meaningful and robust professional growth and engagement opportunities designed to foster a learning culture so that staff and leaders are prepared and positioned to succeed within the NYCDOE. These activities are designed to support the growth and development of employees, as well as increase employee satisfaction and retention within the organization.
Duration: 12 weeks
Program Dates: September 21– December 11, 2015
Application Deadline: Applications will be considered through September 11, 2015
Time Requirement: At least 15 hours per week with a minimum commitment of 10 weeks
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