Interns needed, Center for Environmental Transformation

Posted by on September 23, 2013

The Center for Environmental Transformation is currently looking for three interns or long-term committed volunteers for the coming year.  Details for each are listed below:

Urban Farm and Education Intern

1. Support our Garden SEEDS cooking & nutrition classes for children – Garden SEEDS meets on Tuesdays from 3:30-4:30 pm. Interns need to be available from 3:00-5:00 pm. Alongside one or two of our Jr. Farmers, interns will plan for and teach the hands-on classes.

2. Support work in the gardens – this will include helping to lead volunteer groups, helping with regular maintenance of the garden and helping with harvesting for our weekly farmer’s market.

We will give strong preference to individuals available September-May who can commit to 4-6 hours per week. If interested please send a cover-letter and resume to [email protected].

Social Media & Web Outreach Intern (two positions)

Content generator: We’re looking for someone who can find relevant news posts and resources, disseminate pictures/videos/tweets/etc. to the public, and help us grow our active online presence. Ideal candidates are those versed in data gathering, photography, videography, and use of Facebook, Twitter, Google +, WordPress, and YouTube.

Back-end developer: For this position, we’re looking for someone who understands HTML, CSS, graphic design (Adobe Illustrator is a must; Photoshop and Lightroom are beneficial), and WordPress.  This intern will work with the staff of CFET to integrate our website with email newsblasts and our social media outlets.

For more details on these positions, please send a resume and cover-letter to [email protected].  Candidates should be willing to dedicate at least 5 hours a week for a full semester.

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