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GET TO KNOW SULLIVAN RENAISSANCE

| Dec. 14, 2018

RENAISSANCE HITS THE BLOCK

Seminar to Address Neighborhood Revitalization | Dec. 3, 2018

2019 MUNICIPAL GRANT PROGRAM ANNOUNCED

Funding offered for Sullivan County Towns and Villages | Nov. 20, 2018

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SUMMER INTERN POSITIONS AVAILABLE

Sullivan Renaissance Has Opportunities in Several Communities

April 16, 2008

[FERNDALE] – A limited number of paid summer internship opportunities are available in communities throughout SullivanCounty.  The internships are part of the Sullivan Renaissance beautification and community development program.  Participants must be at least 16 years of age and have their working papers. 

 

The internship is a gardening experience with one of the Sullivan Renaissance projects.  All interns will be enrolled as SullivanCounty employees and will participate in a gardening seminar as well as additional training.  Interns are paid for 110 hours of work performed between June and September at a rate of $10 per hour.

 

Positions are still open in some of the 25 eligible communities; therefore the application deadline has been extended.  Applications may be obtained by calling the Sullivan Renaissance office at 845-295-2445 or on line at www.sullivanrenaissance.org in the area titled “How to get involved.”  

 

The internship program is a collaboration among Sullivan Renaissance, SullivanCountyCenter for Workforce Development and Sullivan County BOCES Natural Resources Program. 

 

Sullivan Renaissance is a beautification and community development program principally funded   by the Gerry Foundation.  Additional funding is secured by Senator John Bonacic and Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther.