Off-Campus Job Board

There are many off-campus internships and employment opportunities available to students with sustainability experience. See the following list of links for off-campus work, volunteer positions, internships, and post-graduation opportunities.


Fondy Food Center Administrative Assistant Position

The Administrative Assistant will be responsible for accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, donor record maintenance and will perform routine functions such as drafting correspondence, scheduling appointments, organizing and maintaining paper and electronic files, and providing information to stakeholders.  The Administrative Assistant will also assist with the agency’s financial management, fundraising/development activities, programs, events, and communications.

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Community Ground Works - Gardens Manager Position

The Community Gardens Manager works closely with the Gardens Director, Gardens Network Manager and garden leaders to support high-priority community gardens in Madison and Dane County. These gardens primarily serve low- and moderate-income (LMI) gardeners.

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Duke Campus Farm Field Education Manager Position

The Duke Campus Farm is a one-acre working farm, now entering its eighth season, that provides sustainably-grown produce and food systems education for Duke and its surrounding communities. Our mission is to catalyze positive change in the food system through academic engagement and through the joys and hard work of growing real food.

In collaboration with our undergraduate and graduate student farm crew, academic courses, and research, we grow and harvest for Duke’s dining halls, local restaurants, and our Community Supported Agriculture program. More important than the thousands of pounds of food that we grow, however, are the opportunities the farm provides for engaging and reimagining the ways we cultivate, access, value, and think about food.  

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Green Iowa AmeriCorps Environmental Steward Positions

Green Iowa AmeriCorps operates through the University of Northern Iowa’s Center for Energy and Environmental Education (UNI CEEE) in Cedar Falls looking to recruit passionate and motivated individuals for an 11 month service experience in one of our service locations throughout Iowa. As a member of our new and existing programs sites, you will have the opportunity to create plans in conjunction with city officials, nonprofit leaders, school districts, and execute projects that will greatly impact the communities we serve. The leadership and empowerment experienced as part of our program will be like no other!

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AmeriCorps Iowa Trails Corps Crew Members and Leaders

AmeriCorps Iowa Trails Corps Crew Members and Leaders (ages 18-25) participate in on-the-job training to learn natural resources management skills and put those skills into practice enhancing, restoring and improving Iowa’s regional destination trails. This position involves physically challenging, team-oriented AmeriCorps service. The goals of this program are to conduct ecological restoration on Iowa’s multi-use recreation trails, increase community outreach, strengthen trail partnerships and improve trail natural resource health along the corridor. Service is performed exclusively outdoors and may involve camping for several days at a time. Crews complete natural resource conservation projects in partnership with public land management agencies such as Blackhawk, Clayton, Story and Webster County Conservation Boards, the Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation and the City of Bondurant.

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Savanna Institute Program Manager and Outreach Coordinator Positions

The Savanna Institute invites applications for one or more Program Manager(s) and an Outreach Coordinator. We seek applicants who share our passion for restorative and resilient agricultural practices. The Program Manager will manage a subset of the diverse research and education programs of the Savanna Institute. This position reports to the co-Executive Directors. The Outreach Coordinator will coordinate the Institute’s wide range of outreach programs. This position reports to a Program Manager.

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Ash Grove Farm, Hampton, Iowa - Farming Assistant/Intern

We are looking for a hardworking, creative, farm assistant/employee that can help us grow
our business. We are interested in hiring a young person who wants to farm independently in the future,
but realizes the need to further develop their skills, first. We desire a working relationship with our
assistant/intern of one or more years, both to benefit us and allow us more time to positively influence
and share information with a future farmer. Our farm enterprises are corn, soybeans, small grains, hay, and
beef cattle. We are certified organic, use long-term rotations, cover crops, managed grazing, ridge tillage,
and no-till. We sell organic grain to wholesale buyers. Organic seed soybeans, oats, rye, hairy vetch and an
occasional buckwheat crop are contracted with seed companies. Hay is not sold, but fed on the farm.
Calves are sold through commodity markets or directly to other farmers for finishing.

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Ag Innovations Co-Executive Director and Project Coordinator

Ag Innovations is now hiring a Co-Executive Director to lead our organization in its day-to-day operations. This part-time position (50-80% time) is a unique opportunity to work with a leading-edge, growing, social enterprise nonprofit that specializes in collaborations for social change. Ag Innovations in Sebastopol, CA is dedicated to cultivating the ideas and actions needed for healthy farms, communities, and ecosystems.

If you want to help build a better future for California and beyond by working with a small but mighty team of process artists devoted to making systems change in the world of agriculture and natural resources, this is a great place for you. We are looking for a motivated, energetic individual who brings a complementary set of skills to our work, is excited about our mission and approach, and who wants to make the world a better place.

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Wisconsin Local Food Network Coordinator

The Wisconsin Local Food Network (WLFN) is seeking a Coordinator to move forward the joint efforts of a united Wisconsin Local Food Network (WLFN)/Wisconsin Healthy Food System Alliance (WHFSA).

The WLFN engages, connects, and empowers local, regional, and state organizations and individuals to build sustainable, equitable, and resilient food systems. The WLFN is committed to creating a vibrant local and regional food systems in Wisconsin that nourishes the health and well-being of Wisconsin communities, conserves and enhances the natural resource base, and provides economic livelihood for a wide diversity of sustainable Wisconsin farmers and food businesses.

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