The New York Road Runners Foundation is looking for people who have experience as a runner to join their team. They have both part and full-time positions.

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The day of the mile run was always my least favorite in elementary school. As an overweight asthmatic, I dreaded the experience because it was both painful and humiliating. Getting lapped isn’t fun. By middle school I realized that asthma was a good enough excuse to get out of the mile run. In high school the mile run was replaced by suicides in basketball practice – same pain and humiliation, but in 30 seconds instead of 30 minutes (Yes, I’m exaggerating. No, I wasn’t THAT slow.). At 23 I’m finally starting to almost, kind of enjoy running. I figure that anything that makes my body feel as awful as it does after running must be good for me. The people at the New York Road Runners Foundation probably disagree with me about how running feels, but I’m pretty sure that they agree with me about running’s health benefits. That’s why they’re working hard to build “community-based running programs which enhance physical heath, emotional well-being and personal achievement within underserved populations throughout New York City.”

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Judging from the New York Road Runners Foundation’s introductory video, it looks like they’re all about making running fun for kids. If they can do that, they can do a lot of good in New York City and beyond. Running is a sport that is accessible to almost anyone, and that’s why the NYRR Foundation is using it to improve health outcomes in underserved communities. They do this through a number of programs which include Mighty Milers, Young Runners, Running Partners Enrichment Program, City Sports for Kids, and UrbanFUEL.

The New York Road Runners Foundation is looking for people who have experience as a runner at any level to join their team. They have both part-time and full-time positions that seem to be good fits for new college grads. They have a Careers section on their site, but their Idealist page seems to have more up to date jobs. Current job opportunities include Communications Coordinator, Administrative Assistant – Mighty Milers, Youth Running Field Supervisor, and Field Manager. The job descriptions are quite good, and the opportunities look perfect for those of you who live from runner’s high to runner’s high. You can apply by sending a cover letter and resume to foundationjobs@nyrr.org

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One response to “New York Road Runners Foundation”

  1. Dear Indeed,

    Hi, I’m a head injured survivor who is interested in observing the job sights around the NYRR Foundation so I can help out one of these days. By all means, following my concussion at age 9 people in the town I grew up in only gave me dim chances of recovering either physically or mentally. However I pushed myself into running the Houston Tenneco Marathon at age 17 after watching the Boston Marathon my sophmore year of high school. And today I’ve run in 9 marathoner’s from Houston, Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, Nashville, and San Diego with the plans of touring the world to show disabled people what they can do whether they are on a medication for seizures or anything like it. Hopefully, you will be able to learn more about me if I’m able to participate in the NYC half marathon this coming November. Indeed, some people who suffer a disability can do a whole lot more than they are given credit for. It takes determination to run 26 miles!!!

    Ashton Bishop

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