Are you passionate about biking as a means of transportation? Do you want to make a difference in peoples’ lives through improving the built environment and increasing safety on our streets? Do you want to learn or teach others how to repair bikes? Apply for an internship with the Boston Cyclists Union!
Interning at the Bike Union is a great way to gain experience in urban planning and active transportation, or non-profit management, while having a direct impact in the neighborhoods we serve. Every intern learns a wide variety of skills, from how to run large-scale campaigns for better biking, to managing data and communications. The Union also offers opportunities to meet new people and connect with the bike culture at events that happen every week, or as much as six times a week in the summer time, and of course, you can also learn everything you ever wanted to know about bikes and how to fix them.
The Bike Union is looking for candidates with skills and interests in the following fields:
- Urban Planning/GIS/Research and Data Analysis
- Non-Profit Development/Graphic Design/Communications
- Bike Repair and Program Management
All interns at the Bike Union share some responsibilities (for example: data entry) but an intern’s specific area of interest and skills determine the primary focus of their work. Click here to read the descriptions of each position.