We currently have up to 4 farmhand positions open to work-study students through the Oberlin College Bonner Center.
5-15 hours per week available M-Sat between 8 am-4 pm, with flexibility.
Tasks include: assisting with the growing of crops by learning and applying the core skills of basic farming and gardening, including: seed starting, Integrated Pest Management, basic fertilization, weed management, harvest and market prep, grounds management, and seed saving. Qualifications include physical fitness and attention to detail.
Are you interested in working with City Fresh or the George Jones Farm? We host summer, winter, fall term, spring term, and year-long internships that require a commitment minimum of 10-hours and a maximum of 35-hours per week. Our hours are flexible and can be adjusted to fit your schedule depending on the project(s) you take on.
Your work at City Fresh will help combat climate change, increase fresh food accessibility in Northeast Ohio, and aid in the creation of a more sustainable and equitable local food system. We are currently seeking interns that are interested in the following project areas:
- Content Development and Nutrition Education
- Web Support
- Research Analytics
- Grant Writing and Development
If you have an idea for a project that aligns with our program and mission, or if you’re interested in assisting with the project areas mentioned above, get in touch with us. We look forward to working with you to create an internship experience that suits your goals and assists in creating and promoting a more healthy, vibrant, and just local food system!
Amanda came to us as a summer fellow courtesy of the OC EnviroAlums committee. In her fellowship, she focused on revitalizing the learning garden at the George Jones Memorial Farm. Amanda identified and transplanted beneficial wildflowers already on the farm into the garden and planted new blueberries and herbs. With this project, she aimed to make the garden a space to grow perennial food and medicinal plants, and where people could become familiar with native plants.