The College Farm seeks students for two Education Coordinator positions and several Student Farmer positions. The College Farm offers a fun and collaborative work environment, flexible work schedules, and competitive compensation!
Detailed descriptions and applications for all positions can be found here. ALL APPLICATIONS DUE APRIL 1ST.
Students interested in working at the College Farm during the academic year have the opportunity to earn up to 10 hours of work per week at a competitive pay rate. The College Farm is a diversified program offering opportunities for hands-on experience in sustainable food production, renewable energy, animal husbandry, and lots more! The College Farm seeks good-natured students, ready for hard work, interested in gaining hands-on experience and willing to try to new things! Information and Application available here.
SEED Youth Educator
For students with a passion for experiential youth education, this person is the coordinator of our education program, Sustainable Earth Education (SEED). It is not necessary to have experience in education or sustainable agriculture to fill this position, a passion to learn and teach is all we ask! Information and Application available here. For more information on the program, visit the SEED website.
Farm Cook Eat Student Coordinator
Farm, Cook, Eat is an after-school education program offered by the Dickinson College Farm to a 3rd
grade class at LeTort Elementary. Farm, Cook, Eat is developed, organized and taught by the Program Coordinator. The Farm, Cook, Eat Program Coordinator position seeks a student who is creative, flexible, organized and has a passion for youth-based food education. Information and Application available here.