Join the Team
We are hiring an Administrative Support Assistant! Administrative Support Assistant III will work closely with the 4-H Agent and the Tucson Village Farm team in all aspects of program management including but not limited to procurement, enrollment, donor management, grant reporting, data collection and management, deposits, financial record keeping and reporting, and maintaining standard operating procedures.
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We are also hiring for a Ropes Course Facilitator. A candidate in this position will lead and facilitate experimental youth programming including high and low ropes course activities, outdoor adventures, and Wilderness First Responder programming.
We will soon be hiring for a Field Trip Coordinator. To be the first to know, subscribe to our newsletter here, and keep checking back!
Kindly refrain from calling regarding applications for these positions. We receive a substantial volume of applicants. Please carefully review the details provided in the description links. For any queries, please email Liz at email@example.com if absolutely necessary. Thank you for your understanding.
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 intern:
Education: Great for future teachers, hands-on, k-12, etc
Farm: Want to learn to grow your own food? Ins and outs of small scale urban farming
Culinary: Like to cook? Food prep, preservation, farm fresh, farm to table
Dietetic: Perfect for nutrition majors, MPH students, RD students, medical students, applied nutrition
Retail: Retail and Consumer Science majors, working on artisanal niche products and value added goods in a local retail space
High Ropes Course: Develop your facilitations skills by working at the ropes course where we teach groups leadership, problem solving, trust and communication
Simply speak with your advisor/teacher about getting involved with the Farm through an internship, independent study, or directed research.
Each year TVF hosts a number of AmeriCorps members! If you are interested in becoming an AmeriCorps with Tucson Village Farm, subscribe to our newsletter to see when we are hiring.
Contact Elizabeth Sparks with any questions.
Volunteering is a great way to get your boot in the barn door.
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 our farmers markets, and will become a member of our “farm-ily.” No experience necessary!
To fill out our 'Farm Apprentice' application, click here.
For more information contact Alex.