Are you interested in social justice, food sovereignty, and regenerative agriculture? Do you want to get paid for fulfilling work tackling these issues?
The Center for Community and Civic Engagement is now accepting applications for the Community-Based Work Study program. This year, we are partnering with several environmental and land access organizations that may be of interest.
Sharing Our Roots Farm, a regenerative agriculture farm that prioritizes land access for BIPOC and immigrant farmers, has an open position for an Administrative Assistant:
This role assists with the day-to-day operations of Sharing Our Roots, and can be performed in-person in Sharing Our Roots’ downtown office or remotely. This is a great opportunity to see how a functioning nonprofit works!
Want to learn more? Come visit with a Sharing Our Roots staff member from 12-1pm on Tuesday, May 16 in Lower Sayles!
Interested in applying? Visit the Student Job Postings page to view all of our open positions and our application. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, so don’t wait!
Note: Students who qualify for federal or state work study will be prioritized for these positions. If you have questions about your eligibility, please reach out to Danielle Trajano (firstname.lastname@example.org).