- Published on Friday, 17 May 2013 01:05
Growing Power seeks an experienced grant writer for our Chicago office. The Grant Writer is responsible for writing proposals for general operating revenue, programs, and capital projects (as needed), and ensuring a smooth and successful proposal submission process, accurate recordkeeping, and required reporting for foundation, corporate, and federal grants. This position also includes assisting with program expansion and supporting the overall development strategies of the Chicago Office and its’ affiliated programs and initiatives.
- Published on Saturday, 11 May 2013 23:14
The Cornucopia Institute has internship positions, available year-round in short to long-term intervals, in both administration and research, and in policy work. Occasionally we will also request resumes for specific intern positions within our organization.
- Published on Saturday, 11 May 2013 23:02
Garden PATH Garden and Culinary Education Program - Summer Internship
Instruct residents on proper garden maintenance such as; bed maintenance, planting, watering and harvesting.
Instruct in the garden and supervise the participating children and adults.
Develop education materials and summer program with the support and direction of PATH.
Present food preparation demonstrations based on what is ready to harvest. (Reference last years recipes and schedule.)
Coordinate with PATH to integrate schedules and activities.
Work with and organized occasional volunteers.
Part-time 15-20 hours/ week June 1 through August 31.
Schedule flexible, to be coordinated with PATH schedule and determined upon acceptance of the position. One evening per week Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm required.
- Published on Saturday, 11 May 2013 22:50
Research & Partnership Internship Overview:
Research and identify industry experts in the sustainable food sector, as required by R.D.
Reach out directly to potential advisors through e-mails and phone calls, and set up meetings for R.D.
Liaison with universities, student groups, sustainable food organizations, etc. to expand HowGood’s partnership network.
Actively participate in other aspects of HowGood as needed.
Recent graduate or currently pursuing an undergraduate degree;
Demonstrated interest in sustainable food and food justice. Previous experience in the industry not required, but helpful;
Excellent interpersonal and outreach skills, team player is a must;
Self-starter and self-motivated;
Dog-lover and food-lovers only! We are a dog-friendly office and love snacks- bonus points will be given to people who bring goodies to the office.
Compensation and Time:
Three month part-time internship from June 1st through September 1st (20 hours per week).
This position will be based out of our Brooklyn, NY office. The position is UNPAID.
- Published on Sunday, 21 April 2013 16:20
The afterschool Food & Garden Club is co-run by Tappan Middle School and the Agrarian Adventure, a nonprofit dedicated to youth empowerment through food, gardening, community involvement, and environmental stewardship. The Food & Garden Club will prepare and eat produce from the greenhouse and garden, engage in creative garden-related projects, explore issues in food and the environment, meet with local food heroes, care for the gardens and hold a Harvest Showcase to share our efforts with our families and the community.