Join the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Team

Job Openings:

There are no job openings at this time.

Internship Openings:

Inter-Faith Food Shuttle offers a number of internships, approximately 3-4 months each, based on the Spring, Summer, and Fall semesters (January - May, May - August, August - December). All applicants must submit a completed internship application that can be found here

The following Internships are available:

Urban Agriculture Education - The Urban Agriculture Education Intern supports projects that serve our partner schools in Durham and Raleigh. These projects include grant research, curriculum data base research, and garden design. Additionally, the Urban Ag Ed Intern will create educational materials that directly support our school-based programs.

See full job description and position requirements here.

Sprout Scouts Afterschool Club - Sprout Scouts is an after-school program created by the nonprofits FoodCorps and LifeLab to get kids excited about where food comes from, and learn what healthy food looks like, through garden-based nutrition education. The Sprout Scouts interns will work together every week to provide a two hour after-school club at select elementary schools in Durham and Raleigh. Interns must be able to effectively work as a team and be confident in an outdoor teaching environment.

See full job description and position requirements here.

 

Urban Garden Geer Street, Durham - The Urban Garden Intern plays a critical role in maintaining and improving all aspects of the Geer Street Learning Garden, from starting seeds in our greenhouse to helping harvest in the field.  The intern will work with community gardeners and volunteers to manage the Garden as well, leading by example and expertise. Each intern will be expected to take on a small independent project to grow the Garden’s capacity to address food insecurity in an environmentally friendly way.

See full job description and position requirements here.

 

Urban Garden Camden Street, Raleigh - The Urban Garden Intern plays a critical role in maintaining and improving all aspects of the Camden Street Learning Garden, from starting seeds in our greenhouse to helping harvest in the field.  The intern will work with community gardeners and volunteers to manage the Garden as well, leading by example and expertise. Each intern will be expected to take on a small independent project to grow the Garden’s capacity to address food insecurity in an environmentally friendly way.

See full job description and position requirements here..