2014 Day of Impact: Architecture for Humanity New York is excited to present our first annual Day of Impact. This extraordinary event consists of one-day service projects throughout New York City. Multiple projects with varied scopes have been developed in different sites that will engage over 100 volunteers across four boroughs assisting in a range of worthy projects ranging from rebuilding communities to greening our city.
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Architecture for Humanity New York and Habitat for Humanity New York City are teaming up to offer you some volunteer opportunities! We want to see all interested participants of the Architecture and Design community getting involved at the local level.
Call for Site Coordinators for Architecture for Humanity New York's First Annual Day of Impact.
Architecture for Humanity New York is holding a "Day of Impact" on October 25th, where volunteers will be working on one-day service projects throughout New York City to provide positive impacts in areas of need. Our sites are located through the city including: Manhattan, the Bronx, Queens and Brooklyn.
Site Coordinators will be in charge of organizing volunteers at their assigned site during these events.
The AIANY is hosting a performance level course to provide professionals with the training necessary to integrate resilient community planning and building design strategies with civic and commercial projects located in hurricane-prone areas.
September 19 - 20, 2014
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
New York, NY
Hurricanes are among the deadliest and costliest of natural disasters. Our coastal and inland communities that are vulnerable to this force, must adapt to and incorporate this powerful constraint into the planning and design of the built environment.
Architecture for Humanity New York is requesting applications for the position of Graphic Designer. This volunteer position will work alongside the Managing Director and the Communications Team.
Responsible for external and internal graphics
Creates templates for documents, letters, manuals, and presentations
Is able to follow brand guidelines supported by Architecture for Humanity HQ
Architecture for Humanity New York (AFHny) is seeking an Events Coordinator to plan parties, events, fundraisers, design charrettes, and more!
The Events Coordinator will work with the Director of Development and a team of volunteers on planning, designing and implementing AFHny events.
Schedule regular events to publicize the activities and accomplishments of the organization. Plan fun and exciting parties to engage a majority of AFHny volunteers and members.
Architecture for Humanity New York is looking for a goal oriented individual who is interested in volunteer coordination and service planning.
In October the AIANY hosts a Architecture and Design month or "Archtober".
This year Architecture for Humanity NY will be organizing for a single day of impact on October 25th in communities through short-term projects in the five boroughs of NYC. AFHny will collaborate with like-minded organizations and institutions to aid in areas of need and provide sustainable design solutions.
In 2013 Architecture for Humanity New York worked with PS 15, The Patrick F. Daly School on the reconstruction of their educational garden which was impacted during Hurricane Sandy.
On Saturday, May 24th from 9:00am - 12:00pm AFHny will be working on removing dead plants, spreading mulch, soil, and building new raised planting beds. This will be a day of planting so please come prepared wearing attire suitable for gardening and yard work. If available please bring your own pair of working gloves
PS 15, The Patrick F. Daly School
Architecture for Humanity New York is looking for volunteers** to assist the Save Coney Island project
SCI (Save Coney Island) is a non-profit advocacy organization comprised of volunteer planners, preservationists, artists and other Coney Island community members. SCI collaborates with other Coney Island organizations to support future development that honors Coney Island’s extraordinary past.