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New York City Bike Ambassador, Leads, Transportation Alternatives, New York, NY
Transportation Alternatives seeks experienced, outgoing, team-oriented community organizers to join the organization as hourly leads for our central safe bicycling advocacy campaign, the New York City Bike Ambassador program.

Legislative Associate, Transportation for America, Washington, DC
Transportation for America seeks a Legislative Associate to represent our transportation priorities on Capitol Hill, with key partners and stakeholders, and in state legislatures.

Media Project Coordinator, Transportation Alternatives, New York, NY
Transportation Alternatives seeks a Media Project Coordinator to assist with day-to-day media operations. This position will report to the Communications Manager and work with other staff.  The primary objectives are to plan, schedule, track and implement communications plans that advance T.A.’s mission, and to act as the organization’s primary proofreader and fact-checker.

Online Production Associate, Transportation Alternatives, New York, NY
The Online Production Associate uses a diverse set of technical skills, tools, knowledge and processes to provide technical support for development, advocacy, volunteer, event and membership team initiatives, while maintaining and improving T.A.’s appearance to an e-mail audience of more than 100,000 subscribers.

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