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Looking for a job? Here are this week’s listings:

Grassroots and Outreach Fellow, Safe Routes to School National Partnership, Anywhere
The Safe Routes to School National Partnership is seeking a Grassroots and Outreach Fellow to grow the Safe Routes to School movement at the local level and engage them in grassroots advocacy.  This opportunity will provide fellows with hands-on experience in coalition-building and grassroots lobbying.

StreetsMedia Development Intern, StreetsMedia, New York City
We are seeking a StreetsMedia Development Intern for Winter-Spring 2012. StreetsMedia is the online advocate for better transportation, smarter cities, and urban sustainability, and includes Streetsblog and Streetfilms. StreetsMedia is currently diversifying our funding strategy and the intern will play an integral part in supporting this effort.

Bicycle Valet Coordinator, San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, San Francisco
The SF Bicycle Coalition is looking for a highly motivated, talented individual to manage the Coalition’s world famous Valet Bicycle Parking program.

Safety Educator, New York City Department of Transportation, New York City
Safety educators serve as a traffic safety outreach program coordinator/educator, conducting and assisting with the development of a variety of traffic safety educational presentations and creative art and theater projects for children, youth and older adults. Multiple positions available.

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