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Jobs & Internships
Our Full Season Farm Staff positions for 2020 have been filled. Due to limited staff on the farm, we do not currently have any openings. However, you can feel free to check back in early summer 2020 to inquire.
EVENT, PROGRAM & OPERATIONS STAFF
We accept inquiries for part-time teachers for farm-based educational programs on an ongoing basis. Those interested should send a resume with a letter of interest to Corey Thomas at email@example.com.
Due to Covid-19, Massaro Community Farm will likely reduce the number of interns on the farm in 2020. We seek interns 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 program, and farm workshops for youth and adults. The education intern would work closely with the farm’s education director to develop and organize educational materials and assist with programs. Interns will also be invited to meetings and to participate in farm events. This is a 10-12 week internship, start and end times are flexible, and can run during Spring, Summer or Fall. Education interns have the added potential to be hired on a part-time basis to work leading field trips and other activities.