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DSCC is looking for passionate and skilled team members!


Tenant Rights Coordinator - IMMEDIATE OPENING

DSCC seeks a Tenant Rights Coordinator who has a deep understanding of the needs of residents who have been affected by the impacts of housing insecurity. As the main coordinator of tenant outreach and education in our neighborhoods, this coordinator will serve as a direct contact to impacted tenants. The position involves training in state and local tenant law, conducting tenant rights workshops, and connecting with individual tenants and community groups throughout the DSCC service area. This is a part-time position averaging 20 hours a week. The full job description can be accessed here. Please forward your resume and cover letter to Executive Director Annissa G. McCaskill at if you are interested. 


DSCC works with local universities to help train the next generation of leaders in community development. Check out three unpaid intern opportunities below. Please contact Executive Director Annissa G. McCaskill at if you are interested.


Community Empowerment 

We are looking for a practicum student interested in supporting resident empowerment and outreach in South City Neighborhoods! You will engage with residents to participate in DSCC programs on combating solid waste, tenant rights and creative placemaking. The focus will be on direct outreach and campaign management, including social media. You will provide committee support to one of our standing committees that is a driver of resident voice in our operations. One on ones and leadership development of residents will be key activities.

Fund Development

We are looking for a practicum student interested in fund development to support community improvements South City Neighborhoods! Work with DSCC's Executive Director and board to identify new funding sources and maintain relationships with current funders. Work with DSCC board and volunteers to plan a fundraiser and work with our Salesforce database to track donor engagement and retention.

Neighborhood Planning

We are looking for a practicum student interested in supporting the implementation of the Gravois Jefferson Historic Neighborhood Plan! Support the facilitation of working groups focused on safety, youth & education, employment & business development, and housing. Support the launch of a resident driven committee that meets with developers about planning and zoning issues in our community. Support residents in project implementation that are aligned to our neighborhood plan.