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A Class Paper Could Become Government Policy
A student business plan already saved taxpayers a cool $3 mil
In January 2012 two Tour de Nuit Society interns were responsible for saving Calgary taxpayers three million dollars. They were invited to present at North America's top cycling conference.
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In the summer of 2013, interns were at the heart of successful research projects, an extensive summer cycling promotion program and a campaign to have unsafe bicycle infrastructure removed from local roads before anyone was seriously injured. The next summer our interns researched and analyzed the parameters for a successful bike pilot project to ensure that Calgary's proposed bicycle network will deliver for taxpayers and cyclists. Interns work individually or in teams on discrete assignments tailored to their interests and the students' strengths. The time commitment can be a small number of hours per week or aggregated into the breaks in the academic schedule.
The Serving Communities Internship Program runs through the academic year August 1, 2015 to July 31, 2016. Please send a resume to email@example.com with the subject line SCiP Internship.
The Tour de Nuit Society is a participant in the Serving Communities Internship Program (SCiP) administered by Volunteer Alberta with support from the Alberta Ministry of Innovation and Advanced Education. Students at Alberta educational institutions must meet all of the eligibility requirements and register with the Serving Communities Internship Program after they complete an interview. In many cases the Tour de Nuit Society supports multiple interns per posting and students need not apply for more than one position.
Applied research and policy analysis conducted by interns, often working on multifunctional teams, keeps the Tour de Nuit Society at the forefront of North American cycling organizations.