Job Opportunities

Williams Farm Intern

We are looking for two aspiring farmers who are passionate about making their community a better place by becoming a part of the local sustainable food movement. Applicants should have a willingness to learn, be hardworking, flexible, positive, and possess an interest in natural production farming.

Job Responsibilities

Farm work will include planting, harvesting, competition control, pest management, watering, pruning, compost management, amending, washing produce, assisting at farmers markets, working with volunteers, outreach Ideally candidates would be able to commit to a full season (April-July, July-Oct, Oct-Jan, Jan-April). Start dates, duration, hours and weekly schedules can be flexible according to interns schedule and the needs of the farm.

Interns are expected to work at least 15 hours a week and should be available mornings and weekends. This is an unpaid internship opportunity. You will however receive extensive educational opportunities, real world experience and the satisfaction of greatly contributing to your local community!

If you are interested applying for this position email Sara Fleetwood (sara@athenslandtrust.org). Please include a brief bio and why you think you would be a great candidate

West Broad Market Garden Intern

We are looking for two aspiring farmers who are passionate about making their community a better place by becoming a part of the local sustainable food movement. Applicants should have a willingness to learn, be hardworking, flexible, positive, possess an interest in natural production farming and community outreach.

Job Responsibilities

Farm work will include planting, harvesting, competition control, pest management, watering, pruning, compost management, amending, washing produce, assisting at farmers markets, working with volunteers and educational programming.

Interns will also contribute to the West Broad Farmers Market which is a community-driven, education-oriented, weekly farmers market that supports local economic development & community wellness. This work would include weekly set up and break down of the market, contributing to educational programming and assisting in the growth of this unique market.

Ideally candidates would be able to commit to a full season (April-July, July-Oct, Oct-Jan, Jan-April). Start dates, duration, hours and weekly schedules can be flexible according to interns schedule and the needs of the farm. Interns are expected to work at least 15 hours a week and should be available mornings and weekends.

This is an unpaid internship opportunity. You will however receive extensive educational opportunities, real world experience and the satisfaction of greatly contributing to your local community!

If you are interested applying for this position email Sara Fleetwood (sara@athenslandtrust.org). Please include a brief bio and why you think you would be a great candidate.

West Broad Farmers Market Intern

We are currently in search of enthusiastic interns to support our West Broad Farmers Market Program. Our Farmers Market is a community-driven, education-oriented, weekly farmers market that supports local economic development & community wellness.

Job responsibilties

  • Public relations and promotion
  • Sponsor recruiting and relations
  • Vendor support
  • Market basics such as set up and break down
  • Educational programming
  • Volunteer coordination

The ideal candidate would be organized, passionate and creative. Candidates must be comfortable working in a diverse group setting and possess exceptional interpersonal skills. Previous experience with event planning, donor relations, community agriculture or marketing is a plus but not mandatory.

Internships available for Spring semester but the Market begins May 2nd so immediate placement is available. If you think you would make a great part of the Land Trust Team please contact Sara Fleetwood: sara@athenslandtrust.org.