NY4P Newsletter, September 2018

Fellows for Great Parks

Announcing Our New
Fellowship Program:
Fellows for Great Parks

We're very excited to announce our brand new fellowship program for recent college grads, Fellows for Great Parks!

The fellowship is a paid, intensive 9-month immersion in the fascinating world of New York City’s parks, politics, design, research, and equity.

Former NY4P staff and interns have gone on to hold leadership positions with The Point CDC, Empire State Development Corporation, Regional Plan Association, the Municipal Art Society, and more.

We are accepting applications on a rolling basis through the end of September. 

The Fellows for Great Parks program is made possible with generous support from the Levon Levy Foundation. 

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Brownsville Open Space IndexThe Next Series of Open Space Dialogues Kicks Off Oct. 9 
We're very excited to announce the second round in our popular Open Space Dialogues series! Kicking off the evening of Tuesday, October 9, the the first event will tackle one of the most pressing issues facing open space in New York City: parks and transportation. Learn more and RSVP»

Daffodil ProjectOur Most Popular Daffodil Project Season Ever
This year is one for the record books - we had more people sign up for The Daffodil Project than ever before! In order to ensure than everyone who signed up can participate, some people may not receive the full amount of bulbs they requested. We are so honored to bring this project that clearly means so much to New Yorkers across the city. Read more about The Daffodil Project»

2018 Party 4 ParksJoin Us at the Party 4 Parks 
Every year, New Yorkers for Parks brings people together to celebrate the soul of our city: our parks and open spaces. Join us at the Party 4 Parks on Monday, October 15, 2018 6:00 pm at the Loeb Boathouse in Central Park, honoring Thomas L. Kempner, Jr. of the Central Park Conservancy and Iris Weinshall of the Prospect Park Alliance. Learn more about the party and buy your tickets»

Other Events and Resources

GreenThumb 

Natural Areas Conservancy

New York Restoration Project 

Partnerships for Parks

Transportation Alternatives 

The Trust for Public Land 

Waterfront Alliance