Summer Interns; REAP Food Group

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.


Our Farm to School Program is seeking two Community Engagement Interns and one Evaluation Intern for June-August 2017.  These internships are a wonderful opportunity for individuals who are looking to promote healthy eating and strengthen community engagement while building their resumes.

All REAP Farm to School programming engages diverse students and REAP is committed to equity and promoting excellence through inclusion. REAP values diverse life experience in its organization and is an Equal  Opportunity Employer. Those who are multilingual or multicultural, members of racial/ethnic minority groups, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. We also strongly encourage applications from those with close ties to Madison neighborhoods.

Farm to School Community Engagement Intern

The Farm to School Community Engagement Interns will work directly with REAP’s Farm to School staff and AmeriCorps members to promote and facilitate the USDA Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) operated by Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD). Interns will be responsible for developing and facilitating fun and educational activities at two SFSP community sites, including Elver Park. Interns will act as community ambassadors for the program and assist with outreach and evaluation. This internship is an excellent opportunity for individuals who are interested in educating youth about healthy eating, local foods, and sustainability, and increasing food access for underserved youth. REAP has two Community Engagement Internship positions available and will tailor the specific focus and responsibilities to a successful candidates’ demonstrated skills and desired experiences. We encourage individuals with close ties to MMSD schools and/or Madison neighborhoods to apply. Those who are multilingual or multicultural, members of racial/ethnic minority groups, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Interns will receive a stipend of $1,000 for the summer. Applicants may be able to apply this internship towards college credit.  
Application Deadline: April 17, 2017

Farm to School Evaluation Intern

The Farm to School Evaluation Intern will work directly with REAP’s Farm to School staff and AmeriCorps members to facilitate and evaluate the USDA Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) operated by Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD). The Evaluation Intern will be responsible for supporting evaluation design, program facilitation, data collection and analysis to determine the success of this program at two SFSP community sites, including Elver Park. The Evaluation Intern will act as a community ambassador for the program along with two Community Engagement Interns. This internship is an excellent opportunity for individuals looking to gain experience in program evaluation, data collection, analytics, and Farm to School programming. We encourage individuals with close ties to MMSD schools and/or Madison neighborhoods to apply. Those who are multilingual or multicultural, members of racial/ethnic minority groups, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Applicants may be able to apply this internship towards college credit. This is an unpaid internship.


Application Deadline: April 17, 2017

 

Read more about the positions and apply on the REAP Food Group webpage.