Please see the below opportunity from our very own Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance - Jacob France Institute. This is an incredible opportunity for you to join the team that provides not only our REED students with essential resources and data needed for our projects, but also for developers and businesses all around Baltimore city. This could be the connection you were waiting for or the insight into what it takes to be successful in Baltimore city. This is a highly respected organization and this specific position offers immediate exposure and knowledge on how our city lives and breaths through real estate an essential experience for anyone looking to get into real estate or do business in Baltimore.
FYI, this is the same program that led our undergrad real estate fellows team to be announced as a winner of the recent "Pitch for a Million" competition. Not to mention how incredibly cool this database is!
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Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance - Jacob France Institute
The Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance - Jacob France Institute is searching for an undergraduate student intern with a background in Real Estate, Marketing, Finance, Statistics, or Information Systems to support development of a regional real estate development database as well as other Institute research needs as needed. Candidates must have strong analytical, oral, and written English communication skills. Interest or experience in real estate development highly preferred. Experience in collecting and analyzing data a plus.
Additional skills desired but not limited to: Microsoft Excel and Access and the ability to conduct Internet research. Willingness to learn Access (if not already familiar) is a must. Applicant will be primarily responsible for collecting, inputting, and analyzing residential and commercial real estate development projects in the Baltimore Metropolitan Area for the following website http://realestate.bniajfi.org. Additionally, the student assistant will assist in contacting relevant stakeholders, data providers, and others to arrange and participate in meetings and to collect data.
Timeframe: Beginning Mid-January, Max 19 hours/week. Continuation of work is possible.
Student Status: Must be a UB enrolled Student during the internship
Hourly compensation: $12-$13 dependent on experience
Contact: Please send resume and 2 references to Dr. Seema D. Iyer at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange interview.
Seema D. Iyer, PhD
Research Assistant Professor
Jacob France Institute
University of Baltimore
Office: 11 W. Mt Royal Street, Room 363
Mail: 1420 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
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