The AHTCC is seeking a Research and Communications Intern who is interested in public policy and eager to support the organization in its work to expand and strengthen the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (Housing Credit). The intern, who will report to the Director of Advocacy and Engagement, will work closely with the Director of Advocacy and Engagement and the Policy and Communications Associate to help collect and analyze data to articulate the impact of the Housing Credit and build organizational efficiencies, and assist in providing timely communications and advocacy tools to AHTCC membership and the broader affordable housing community.
Learn more about the position here. Candidates may apply by sending a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the AHTCC
The AHTCC is a trade organization of housing professionals who advocate for the Housing Credit–the nation’s primary tool to finance affordable rental housing–and has been at the forefront of efforts to protect and bolster the program since the AHTCC’s founding in 1988. In the year ahead we are focused on legislative and regulatory advocacy to further expand and strengthen the Housing Credit, working with Congress and the Biden Administration. Learn more about our priorities here.
Our over 200 member organizations—including syndicators, investors, lenders, developers, legal and accounting professionals, state and public agencies, and coalitions—have supported the provision of more than half of the 3.6 million affordable homes financed by the Housing Credit across the country.
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