Housing Innovation Lab, Housing Innovation Fellow
With funding from Bloomberg Philanthropies’ i-teams program, the Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics has created the Mayor’s Housing Innovation Lab with the initial focus on reducing the cost of middle-income housing. We are looking for a Housing Innovation Fellow to support and expand the work of the Housing Innovation Lab! For more information check out the job description.
*Applications for this position are closed.
Entrepreneur-in-Residence: Technologist and Program Manager
Boston Public School Experience Lab
The Mayor’s Office New Urban Mechanics, Boston’s innovation lab, and Boston Public Schools have joined forces to create the BPS Experience Lab. This new lab will push the envelope in how BPS makes the educational experience as compelling as possible for parents, students and teachers.
The Experience Lab is currently in startup mode and MONUM is working to put together an innovative team that can take a human-centric approach to building creative tools, products and services. First hire for this new team is the Education-Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EdEIR) Program Manager and Technologist. For more information on these two positions, check out the job postings:
- Program Manager position
- Technologist position.
*Applications for these positions are closed.
Summer Fellows Program
The New Urban Mechanics Summer Fellowship is designed for entrepreneurial graduate students in interested in working in public service.
During this highly-selective eight-week program, summer fellows work as a team, generating and implementing creative and thoughtful new policies to benefit the City of Boston. In addition, the Fellows participate in a variety of professional development sessions so that they get a broad view of careers in City government.
This summer fellowship for the creative, curious and entrepreneurial graduate student with a passion for public service.
Candidates must provide a completed Summer Fellowship Application. Applications for these positions are closed.
Year-Long Fellowship Program
The Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics Fellowship was created to attract the next generation of leaders to careers in public service.
The Fellowship is a one year appointment. During that year, fellows design and deliver new initiatives that make Boston better for its residents and businesses. Fellows work with the Mayor and his senior staff and are supported by the entire New Urban Mechanics team. In addition, the Fellows participate in a variety of professional development sessions so that they get a broad view of careers in City government.
Candidates are recent graduates of masters degree programs, who have a strong interest in civic innovation. The best candidates are those who are creative, curious and entrepreneurial.
*** Please note: we are trying something different this year for the year-long fellowship and won’t be accepting applications for the 2016/17 term.