Intern, Homeowner Services



Hours per week

Maximum of 29 hours




17 Battery Place
New York
New York
United States


The Intern reports to the Senior Program Manager.  The Intern will receive an in-depth introduction to a multifaceted non-profit organization’s programmatic functions.  Internships are part-time (no more than 29 hours of work per week).

Essential functions may include one or more of the following depending on departmental assignment, department needs, and intern’s skills and interests:

●    Contribute to the Center’s citywide outreach strategy by attending neighborhood homeowner

events, reviewing research on the impact of various outreach strategies, assisting with

conducting outreach events, preparing mass mailings to homeowners, etc.

●    Document, review, organize, and edit case work in database and update program applicant data

●    Work with Homeowner Hub staff to gather information from homeowners to advance their

applications through RTAPP (outreach will be conducted by phone, mail, and email)

●    Provide support to team members, such as calendar management, file management, data entry,

general office tasks (scanning, faxing, filing), and organizing and preparing materials for meetings

and events such as conferences, panels, etc.

  • Assist with reconciling reports and CMS data related to grant benefits
  • Assist with preparation of final report on program and helping to sum up the program results
  • Develop a checklist for closing out a client's grant file, and ensure that expenditure reports match
  • Create and review informational materials for program participants and network partners
  • Gain experience using case management and database software

●    Other projects as assigned

Skills & Experience Required

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, Powerpoint, Word)
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills
  • Must be well organized, detailed oriented, and possess good follow-up skills
  • Strong interest in homeownership and issues related to homeownership including climate change

Educational Requirements:

  • Pursuing or have obtained an undergraduate or graduate degree in Urban Studies, Urban Planning, Public Affairs, Environmental Science, Environmental Engineering, or a related field
  • Prior office experience preferred

How To Apply

To apply for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume through our website at  Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Applicant review will continue until the position is filled. No phone calls, please.

The Center strongly encourages Section 3 residents to participate in this hiring effort. Information to determine if you are a Section 3 resident can be obtained by contacting Michael Hartwyk at (646) 786-0882 or by email at

Persons requiring reasonable accommodation to participate in this hiring effort are requested to contact Michael Hartwyk at (646) 786-0882 or by email at

We thank you for your interest in career opportunities with the Center for NYC Neighborhoods.