The Sprout Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of the ongoing operations of Capital District Community Gardens’ mobile produce market, The Veggie Mobile Sprout.
REPORTS TO: Healthy Places Program Manager
•Demonstrated organizational and project management skills.
•Demonstrated experience as a team leader, as an educator, in non-profit work, in retail, marketing, or agriculture. An interest in all of these is necessary.
•Demonstrated ability to work in a fast paced environment.
Nutrition Education Volunteers Needed!
Red Rabbit Education Department Fall Internship
Red Rabbit seeks undergraduate and graduate students as Education Department Interns to assist with Red Rabbit educational programs that deliver healthy food and gardening education to students, parents, and teachers in the NY metro area. Programs range from student Cooking and Gardening Labs to Parent Learning Labs and Professional Development Learning Labs. The Education Department Intern position provides work experience, course credit, and a farm share of fresh vegetables through a local CSA.
18 Reasons is hiring a full-time Program Assistant to work with our Cooking Matters cooking and nutrition education program. The full-time, paid position will begin on September 16th and will last for one year (1700 hours). You will work one day a week in our office in San Francisco, and spend the other four days training volunteers, meeting with community partners, and coordinating nutrition education classes. You will also assist with cooking classes and public and private events at our classroom space in San Francisco.
This is an AmeriCorps position.
One of Chicago's charter schools with a major commitment to "local foods", school gardens, etc., is hiring a second "Sustainability & Wellness" teacher.
See the full job description attached. The job is a multi-faceted one, combining facilities responsibility (garden, greenhouse, chickens), physical education (yoga), nutrition education, and community engagement.
Program Coordinator for Seacoast Eat Local’s
SNAP/EBT at Farmers’ Markets Program
Seacoast Eat Local’s SNAP/EBT at Farmers’ Market program provides the
opportunity for recipients of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
to use their Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) cards at five area farmers’ markets:
Dover, Exeter, and Portsmouth in the summer season (in partnership with Seacoast
Growers Association, the market organizers), and at Seacoast Eat Local’s winter
markets in Exeter and Rollinsford.
West Side Campaign Against Hunger is an innovative, customer-choice food pantry and social service counseling service. We provide more than 1.3 million pounds of food annually to clients from across New York City. The Food Director performs an essential role of insuring that food received by clients at our pantry is of the highest quality, fresh, healthy, sanitary and appealing. The Food Director leads a team of employees and volunteers toward the goal of assisting our customers lead healthy lives.