At Tucson Village Farm, education isn’t just for kids! If you are a student, you could be eligible to receive class credit for serving as an educational intern, farm intern or market intern. Simply speak with your advisor/teacher about getting involved with the Farm through an internship, independent study, or directed research. Please obtain applications through your advisor or college representative. Download the education intern application by clicking here. Download the farm work intern application by clicking here. Email completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Farm apprentices will learn from seed to harvest the ins and outs of arid lands agriculture. By committing to 5 months and at least 16 hours a month of volunteering, the farm apprentices not only help the farm grow and flourish, but gain valuable skills related to arid lands food production. Farm apprentices will have the opportunity to attend occasional farm trainings, will receive a certificate at the end of their term, will receive veggie vouchers that can be used at either of our farmers markets, and will become a member of our “farm-ily.” No experience necessary! For more information and to request an application, contact Alex at email@example.com. Download the farm apprenticeship application by clicking here.
Each year TVF hosts a number of AmeriCorps members and we are hiring now! If you are interested in becoming an AmeriCorps with Tucson Village Farm, Contact Elizabeth Sparks at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to learn how to apply. Check out the posting by clicking here or come volunteer with us during our open volunteer hours! Volunteering is a great way to get your boot in the barn door.