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Jobs & Internships
Our Full Season Farm Staff positions for 2019 have been filled. We do not currently have any openings. There may be opportunities for short term work during our peak times this summer, or in the late summer/fall. Those interested should contact Farmer Steve at firstname.lastname@example.org.
EVENT, PROGRAM & OPERATIONS STAFF
We are accepting applications for per diem teachers for our farm-based educational programs. Those interested should send a resume with a letter of interest to Corey Thomas at email@example.com.
Massaro Community Farm currently has all other paid positions filled. However, we occasionally seek interns - both paid and unpaid to assist with development, outreach, education and gardening on the farm. Those interested should see descriptions below and send a letter of interest and resume to ED Caty Poole via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEASONAL INTERNSHIP POSITIONS
Massaro Community Farm welcomes interns to work with staff and board members on projects that allow you to grow and learn, while working to fulfill the mission of the farm: Keep Farming; Feed People; Build Community. Some interns have the potential to receive a stipend depending on the scope and length of their engagement with the farm. Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter/email to ED Caty Poole (email@example.com). Please be specific about what you are interested in and how you and we can mutually benefit from your internship. See the descriptions below for details.
Description: Massaro Community Farm is building its roster of farm-based programming, which currently includes farm field trips, a summer camp, and farm workshops for youth and adults. The education intern would work closely with the farm’s program coordinator to research, develop and organize educational materials. Interns will also be invited to Education Committee meetings and to participate in farm events. This is a 10-12 week internship, start and end times somewhat flexible, and can run during Spring, Summer or Fall. Education interns have the added potential to be hired on a per diem basis to work at the farm for its farm based educational activities, such as field trips, throughout the season.
Responsibilities can include:
• Help develop lesson plans, new offerings and programs both on and off the farm
• Working under a program leader and the farm’s FoodCorps service member to convert activities and lessons into a uniform format, and organize them both electronically and for hands-on use at the farm
• At the option of the intern, participate in farm field trips and other educational activities
• Participating in cooking demonstrations using seasonal farm produce, if there is interest
Requires a self-motivated individual with an interest in education – farm-based education or the environment is even better. Ideal candidates would have an educational background (or at least some experience), and/or an interest in farming or the environment. Familiarity with basic gardening concepts helpful as we incorporate the farm’s Learning Garden into much of our activities. Intern will have access to farm’s office & equipment under the guidance of the farm’s Executive Director. Intern will be expected to provide approximately 5-6 hours each week to this effort.