San Francisco Seeks Civic Innovation Fellows
Fellows will have the opportunity to manage projects associated with data-driven decison-making, open data standards, prototypes for workforce innovation, and more. Apply by July 31.
Do you or someone you know want to help make San Francisco even better? The Mayor’s Office of Civic Innovation (MOCI) is in search of two new Mayor’s Innovation Fellows.
According to the innovatesf.com
website, MOCI champions new ideas and approaches that make the city government more accountable, accessible and responsive to the residents of San Francisco. The one-year fellowship program looks to utilize entrepreneurial minds from all sectors to help San Francisco tackle challenging civic issues.
Fellows will have the opportunity to manage projects associated with data-driven decison-making, open data standards, prototypes for workforce innovation, and more.
The program is designed primarily for individuals with five to eight years of private-sector experience in technology and innovation fields, and applicants from all majors and academic disciplines are encouraged to apply.
According to the Mayor’s Office, fellows receive a salary, health benefits and vacation days. The deadline to apply is July 31, 2014. The program start date is Sept. 8, 2014.
This story was originally published by TechWire.