It is the policy of FOOD for Lane County to afford equal employment opportunity to all, regardless of race, color, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, physical or mental disability or any other legally protected condition or characteristic.
1. Download the Employment Application.
2. Please submit the completed application along with a current resume and cover letter.
If you submit by e-mail, please include the name of the position and your name in the subject line of the e-mail to the Jobs e-mail account.
If you submit by mail, please reference the position you are applying for above the address on the envelope addressed to:
FOOD for Lane County
770 Bailey Hill Road
Eugene, OR 97402
Position Title: Youth Farm Adult Intern, 3 positions available
Responsible To Ted Purdy, Youth Farm Coordinator and Michaela Hammer, Field Coordinator
Length of Internship: March 1st-October 31st; 2 days/week (Tu & Th)
Intern Stipend: $2,450 total
The FOOD for Lane County (FFLC) Youth Farm is an innovative program that addresses hunger and malnutrition by promoting community and individual self-sufficiency. Interns work alongside youth, volunteers, and staff to grow food for FFLC, our Community Supported Agriculture Program (CSA) and our produce stands. FFLC interns also work with our Summer Leadership Program that focuses on helping teen participants gain essential job and life skills, while also learning about gardening and nutrition. FFLC interns will participate in all farm related activities and receive training to develop their roles as leaders.
To apply: Please submit a letter detailing your interests and availability, a resume and one reference letter to Jen Anonia here. Positions will be open until filled.
Consider making an impact at FFLC by volunteering! Check out our volunteer opportunities here.