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Trace Foundation average salary is $59,800, median salary is $59,800 with a salary range from $58,240 to $61,360.
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Construction Project Specialist 61,360-61,360 San Diego, CA, 92101 2013 Trace Foundation Construction Project Specialist Salaries (2)
Trace Foundation San Diego, CA Salaries
Construction Project Specialist 58,240-58,240 San Diego, CA, 92101 2010 Trace Foundation Construction Project Specialist Salaries (2)
Trace Foundation San Diego, CA Salaries
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  • Trace Foundation
  • Industry: Other
  • City: New York, NY
  • Trace Foundation promotes the cultural continuity and sustainable development of Tibetan communities with China. In cooperation with government and other partners, we implement projects that improve the ability of local communities to meet their own needs. Working with government institutions, community organizations and individuals, we seek to integrate culture and development goals and bring about long-term social and environmental benefits. Projects supported by the foundation reflect our guiding principles, and currently fall within three program areas: education, rural development and culture.