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Advocacy Campaign Manager, Bike-Walk Mississippi, Jackson, MS
The Advocacy Campaign Manager will serve as the primary liaison for BWM’s “Bicycle Friendly Mississippi” campaign, a statewide initiative to connect officials from public agencies, businesses, nonprofits, biking and running clubs and communities to the necessary tools and resources to increase their bicycle friendliness.

Bike Friendly Business Intern, Transportation Alternatives, New York City
The Bike Friendly Business Intern will assist T.A.'s Bicycle Advocate in growing T.A.'s Bike Friendly Business Program in neighborhoods throughout New York City. Building the program means pounding the pavement: interacting with various community and business stakeholders and doing the follow-up necessary to cultivate trusting relationships with New York’s business community.

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