Architecture for Humanity New York (AfHny) is seeking an Events Coordinator to assist in the planning and implementation of fundraisers, design charettes and volunteer days.
The Events Coordinator is responsible for developing, managing, and executing all Chapter events. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
Schedule regular events to acknowledge and publicize the activities and accomplishments of the organization.
Architecture for Humanity New York is requesting applications for the position of Communications Manager.
The Communications Manager is responsible for assisting the Architecture for Humanity New York Board of Directors with all internal and external communications deliverable management.
Primary responsibilities include:
Oversees maintenance and development of the AfHny web presence, including but not limited to: AFHny.org, network site, social media sites (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube)
Architecture for Humanity New York is in need of an Engineer and Contractor to assist in Hurricane Sandy related projects.
The Engineer and Contractor will need to be able to do work pro-bono or at a reduced rate. AFHny has successfully made a match between a couple Sandy affected homeowners and architects. These architects are working pro-bono to assist the homeowner who has limited amount of funds to rebuild.
Architecture for Humanity New York is requesting applications for the position of Project Coordinator for 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.
With its partners, Architecture for Humanity's Hurricane Sandy Reconstruction Program is seeking Volunteers to participate with the 2nd Sandy Design Help Desk in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Volunteers with a range of experience, from students to established professionals, will have the opportunity to provide assistance to residents and business owners in neighborhoods impacted by Hurricane Sandy with recovery resources, technical information, and your creative design ideas.
Volunteers Needed: Events Team Members
Are you interested in becoming more involved and learning about Architecture for Humanity New York? We have a need for individuals who are able to assist in planning and implementing our chapters bi-monthly events. The events team will be responsible for AFHny's parties, fundraisers, competitions & happy hours.
Some responsibilities include:
Event & Meeting Planning
Greeters & RSVP Check-ins
Architecture for Humanity headquarters is hosting a charrette in Little Ferry, New Jersey. They are looking for a few volunteers to assist them on Wednesday, November 6th at 5:30 p.m.
The charrette will work with the community of Little Ferry to help create a vision for the revitalized atheletic facilities shared by the student body and visitors. You will be working with the Little Ferry Board of Education, architecture firm, Arcari + Iovino and funding parther Nike.
Hurricane Sandy destroyed the educational garden for the PS 15 school in Red Hook. This school had in place small raised beds and planted flower gardens. Architecture for Humanity New York has been working with PS 15 to demolish, design and plan for a new educational garden.
“The Institute for Public Architecture promotes socially engaged architecture through urban research projects and a future residency program for design practitioners. By supporting architects and allied professionals working in the public interest, the IPA strives to improve our public realm.”
Architecture for Humanity is looking for Volunteers to participate with the Sandy Design Help Desk in the Rockaways. Volunteers with more than 5 years of practical experience in single- family, multi-family, and commercial, will have the opportunity to provide technical design assistance to residents and business owners in neighborhoods impacted by Hurricane Sandy.