Position Description & Application
Specific duties vary depending on the time of the year, but will largely revolve around education programs and regular small farm operations. Interns work approximately 35-40 hours per week. Because we are a working farm, your schedule will include a weekend day – for example Tues-Sat or Sun-Thu.
- Work in summer camps, school programs, and/or public programs
- Conduct tours and special events
- Feed and care for animals
- Clean out barns and pastures
- Plant, mulch, seed, weed, and other garden tasks
- Harvest, wash and pack veggies for farmers market
- Gather and process eggs
- Hermitage scheduling and cleaning
You’ll be provided with a private room in the farmhouse that houses one other intern and also contains staff offices and a public programming/meeting room. Interns have a shared kitchen, bathroom, & living space. The farmhouse has its own raised garden beds for any produce you would like to plant and harvest personally. The house is just steps away from the Education Center, gardens, and animals. Features include:
- Private furnished bedroom
- Fully furnished house
- Full kitchen
- Heating/air conditioning
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite laundry facilities
- Laundry soap and cleaning supplies
- Towels and linens
- Free parking on site
You can prepare meals and food in the kitchen. The kitchen is stocked with pots, pans, dishes and utensils.
$1200 per month
Be part of the team
As an intern you’re a part of the Eco-Justice Center team. You’ll attend staff meetings, lead or assist in programs and tours, and assist with fundraising events.