Kelman Internship Program Opens Recruitment for 2012-2013
Central Atlanta Progress, Inc. (CAP) is a private, nonprofit corporation of Atlanta business leaders, property owners, and institutions working with each other and with government since 1941 to help build a better city center. CAP carries out research and planning and acts as a catalyst for a wide range of programs and projects for the improvement of Downtown Atlanta. Our affiliate organization, the Atlanta Downtown Improvement District (ADID), funds major programs in transportation, capital improvements, public safety, cleanliness and marketing.
The internship is awarded in honor of Paul B. Kelman, FACIP’s 22 years of leadership at Central Atlanta Progress and upon his retirement in 2010 the organization renamed the internship program, the Kelman Internship. Kelman is past President of the Georgia Planning Association, and a charter member of the American Planning Association. In April 2003, Paul received the first Jack F. Glatting Mentoring Award given by the Georgia Tech School of City and Regional Planning.
Qualifying interns should be enrolled in a graduate program in city planning, public administration, public policy, engineering, architecture, urban design, urban studies, geography, real estate, business or a related program, which involves study of the urban environment. Necessary skills include excellent written and oral communication, policy research and analysis skills, quantitative ability and proficiency with standard PC software packages. Experience with graphics software (Adobe Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop) is highly desirable.
Applications must be received by April 6, 2012. For more details and an application, please click here.