Internships

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Internship Opportunities

Farmshed offers a variety of internship opportunities throughout the year. Most internships are volunteer positions, however, there are opportunities for earning credit as well as opportunities for paid internships through the Pointer Connect Internship Program (PCI) with eligibility. Please see each description below for details.

Application Procedure:

Please submit the following:

  1. Fill out our online Internship Application
  2. Email the following application materials to volunteer@farmshed.org. Please include the internship you are applying for in the subject line. Include:
    1. Two professional references
    2. Your resume or job history
    3. Your weekly availability (if known)

**Farmshed will schedule interviews as applications are received and reserves the right to hire for positions at anytime.  For best consideration apply as soon as you are able.

Contact volunteer@farmshed.org with questions.


Program and Event Internships

 

Local Food Systems Kitchen Internship – (Spring, Summer, and Fall) 

Central Rivers Farmshed is offering the unique experience of promoting community health by strengthening central Wisconsin’s local food system. This position:
  • Work under the direction of the Local Food Manager to lead volunteers to process Frozen Assets and prep food for our community meal  programs.
  • Prepare recipes and newsletter for participants and Frozen Assets Shareholders.
  • Promote and facilitate the use of Farmshed’s community commercial kitchen and supports users to source ingredients from local farmers and businesses.

Click here for the full internship description.


Growing Collective Internship – (2 positions – Spring)

The Growing Collective is a group of Central Wisconsin gardeners who organized in 2013 to grow vegetable starts together at the Farmshed greenhouse.  Now over 50 members strong, the group consists of both first-time and experienced home gardeners and community groups. The collective grows garden starts from seed, including heirloom, organic and unusual selections of tomatoes, peppers, herbs, and many more.

Click here for the full internship description.

CELEBRATING LOCALLY GROWN

We are a community that thrives on locally grown food produced in ways that are good for our health and the health of our land, water, and air

FIND LOCAL FOOD

Farmshed connects you with central Wisconsin family and cooperatively owned farms and businesses
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