The CEFS Apprenticeship is a work-study program.
Jan 01, 2012
from 10:25 pm to 10:25 pm
|Where||Goldsboro, North Carolina|
|Contact Name||Lisa Forehand|
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The CEFS Apprenticeship is a work-study program in which apprentices learn various aspects of sustainable agriculture. This work-study experience focuses on three key areas:
The SFU has become an integral part of the Goldsboro community through program partnerships. Apprentices will play a major role in continuing to develop these community connections by participation in ag literacy opportunities such as our Discover Ag program and in outreach to the Goldsboro community through the Wayne Food Initiative partnership, community gardens and farmers markets.Apprentices will work closely with the Small Farm Unit Manager and the Community Food Systems Outreach Coordinator as well as the local Wayne County Cooperative Extension Center and the Wayne County community to develop expertise in the above focus areas. The Small Farm Unit Apprenticeship program seeks to offer a diverse experience that will allow learners to engage in a broad, hands-on learning adventure!
- To Apply
Submit your application at: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/1202
- A cover letter with your area of interest in sustainable agriculture, and a short narrative on what you hope to gain from and what you can offer to CEFS and the SFU’s mission.
- A resume, and three references (including contact information).
After receiving your information, John O'Sullivan or Shorlette Ammons will contact you.
We will begin reviewing applications on January 1, 2012.