Urban Renewal Research Assistant - Fall 2017
Dates of Program
Flexible start and end dates; schedules open to discussion based on student and employer needs.
Under the direction of the Special Projects Manager or her designee, this individual will provide research assistance for the Urban Renewal Land Disposition Research Project for Boston Planning and Development Agency (BPDA).
Recognizing that Urban Renewal has historical implications that directly affected many of Boston’s neighborhoods and continues to interface with regulatory features over certain parcels contained within Urban Renewal Plan Areas, a research project aimed at identifying all regulatory agreements is currently underway in an effort to centralize all documents and data related to Urban Renewal. This project is multi-departmental, including planning, development review, MIS, records management, legal and policy. Our team seeks a college-level student eager to understand the history and current applications of urban renewal.
The selected candidate will work with this dynamic team. The team’s primary activities include:
Primary Role Responsibilities
Other Qualifications Required