Jobs at GRuB

Grants Coordinator

Staff Position

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GRuB is seeking a GRANTS COORDINATOR to join our team and lead the coordination of all grants management tasks at GRuB. This includes prospecting, writing proposals and reports, tracking and completing all grant communications and requirements, communicating and collaborating with program staff to create
compelling narrative to tell GRuB’s story. The Grants Coordinator will manage GRuB’s annual grants budget of $300,000-$500,000 and monitor the org-wide budget of approximately $1 million to assess funding needs. As a member of the GRuB team, this position will participate in hands-on programming to inspire compelling
storytelling and actively participate in site stewardship, team and community building events, equity training and fundraisers. This position has room for growth into increased management and leadership responsibilities.

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Garden Community Engagement Coordinator

Staff Position

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Garden Community Engagement Coordinator

Status: Part-time (0.5 FTE; 20 hours/week)
Starting Pay: $20.19/hr
Benefits: Pro-rated holidays and wellness leave
Desired Start Date: March 8th 2021

Priority will be given to applications submitted on or before February 28th, 2021. This position will be open until filled.


GRuB seeks an adaptable, relationship-oriented communicator to join our team as the Garden Community Engagement Coordinator. This person will engage and network with partners, GRuB garden recipients and SNAP-Ed to respond to community needs and feedback and work to continue to improve equity and education
in the GRuB Garden Project (GGP). They will also facilitate meeting all training and reporting requirements in this grant funded position. Tasks will include:


o Leading networking and partnership development with other organizations in the community
o Working with a team to establish three new GGP advisory groups: BIPOC Advisory Group, LGBTQ+ Advisory
o Group and GGP Alumni Advisory Group
o Completing all grant management tasks including
       o Participating in required meetings, trainings, and workshops
      o Communicating grant requirements to GRuB Garden Project (GGP) staff
       o Collaborating with program staff to create systems to meet grant requirements and objectives
       o Submitting monthly reports and invoices
o Coordinating evaluation and record-keeping
o Supervising garden educator, and assisting with other GGP tasks such as educational workshops and garden building as time allows

GRuB Bookkeeper

Staff Position

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Garden-Raised Bounty (GRuB), a 501(c)3 organization in Olympia WA, seeks a part-time bookkeeper.

Position Overview

The Bookkeeper is responsible for bookkeeping activities that keep GRuB’s financial operations operating smoothly in an accessible, accountable, and transparent fashion.  Following GRuB’s accounting policies.

Key Responsibilities

  • Semi-monthly payroll (13-member core staff, plus seasonal employees)
  • Accounts Receivable
  • Accounts Payable
  • Monthly Reconciliations (bank statements, credit cards)
  • Reporting (pulling customized [pre-designed] Quickbooks reports, taxes, annual W2 and 1099 preparation)  
  • Filing  

Click on the application link for a full position description and learn how to apply. This position is open until filled. We will begin reviewing applications after the priority application deadline of Thursday, February 25, 2021. We will only consider COMPLETE APPLICATIONS. A complete application includes: a compelling cover letter, résumé, and three professional references with contact information.

Email your complete application in WORD or PDF format to: jobs@goodgrub.org; Subject: Bookkeeper

Development Director

Staff Position

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Position Title: Development Director

Status: Full time (40 hours/week), Exempt

Compensation: Annual salary to be based on qualifications, with a range beginning at $48,090 for entry and up to $60,919, with opportunity to grow. Includes medical/dental benefits, life insurance, paid leave (2 weeks of vacation, 2 weeks of wellness, and 11 paid holidays), support for professional development

Reports to: Executive Director

Position Overview
GRuB (Garden-Raised Bounty) in Olympia, WA seeks a dynamic, relationship-oriented, strategic and creative leader to serve as our first Development Director, and guide us in cohesive, realistic, effective, and mission-aligned fundraising across the organization. The Development Director enlivens and energizes GRuB’s cultivation cycle, providing community support and resources needed to share our stories and thrive and grow our programs. For our full job posting, including qualifications and application instructions, please visit our website. This position is open until filled. We will begin reviewing applications after the priority application deadline of Monday, February 1, 2021, and will continue to receive applications until filled. GRuB is an Equal Opportunity employer. Through our programs founded in social justice, food access, equity and antiracism, GRuB is on the long journey toward decolonizing our relationship to the land, its rich peoples, history, plants, and wildlife. We encourage you to apply even if you are not an exact match for the position. We are interested in candidates who exemplify passion for our mission, equitable community, and/or come from the lived experiences of the communities we serve. As an organization, we are actively seeking to grow organizational leadership from communities of color, Indigenous people and under represented groups.

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*This position is open until filled. We will begin reviewing applications after the priority application deadline of Friday, January 15, 2021. We will only consider COMPLETE APPLICATIONS. A complete application includes: a compelling cover letter, résumé, three professional references with contact information, answers to the supplemental questions.

Spring Farm Assistants

Youth Position

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2021 Spring Farm Assistants GRuB Alumni Job Announcement
(Up to 6 positions available)


The Spring Farm Assistants (FA) are an important part of the GRuB Farm Team, working under the guidance of GRuB staff, to prepare the GRuB Farm for the season. You’ve already become masters of the GRuB culture, now it’s your opportunity to spread the love, passion, knowledge and excitement you’ve stacked up to this point. Farm time will include lots of manual labor in the fields, shaping beds, measuring, mixing and spreading soil amendments, seed starting, irrigation set up, and other early season tasks. You may receive training in greenhouse production, soil management, propagation, transplanting techniques, record keeping, farm tool/equipment maintenance, harvesting, running our onsite market stand, and various other early-season farm activities. You will have opportunities to grow your leadership and facilitation skills while working with volunteers and our youth crew on the land. Weekly tasks will be dependent on farm needs, directed by weather, planting schedule and field conditions. Flexibility is essential as conditions can change quickly.

***Priority deadline is Friday, March 5, 2021, and applicants are encouraged to apply ASAP***

2021 Spring Farm Assistants GRuB Alumni Job Announcement
(Up to 6 positions available)


The Spring Farm Assistants (FA) are an important part of the GRuB Farm Team, working under the guidance of GRuB staff, to prepare the GRuB Farm for the season. You’ve already become masters of the GRuB culture, now it’s your opportunity to spread the love, passion, knowledge and excitement you’ve stacked up to this point. Farm time will include lots of manual labor in the fields, shaping beds, measuring, mixing and spreading soil amendments, seed starting, irrigation set up, and other early season tasks. You may receive training in greenhouse production, soil management, propagation, transplanting techniques, record keeping, farm tool/equipment maintenance, harvesting, running our onsite market stand, and various other early-season farm activities. You will have opportunities to grow your leadership and facilitation skills while working with volunteers and our youth crew on the land. Weekly tasks will be dependent on farm needs, directed by weather, planting schedule and field conditions. Flexibility is essential as conditions can change quickly.

***Priority deadline is Friday, March 5, 2021, and applicants are encouraged to apply ASAP***

2021 Peer Crew Leader (PCL)

Youth Position

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2021 Peer Crew Leader (PCL) GRuB Alumni Job Announcement 

(2 spring positions available)


Peer Crew Leaders (PCL) are an important part of the GRuB Youth Programs Team. As alumni of GRuB’s programs you can lead by example and share what you’ve learned in your time to inspire incoming crew members. PCLs provide essential peer leadership and encouragement by modeling GRuB culture and leading work activities, games and workshops with the support of staff. You’ve already become masters of the GRuB culture, now it’s your opportunity to spread the love, passion, knowledge and excitement you’ve acquired! 

This Spring, working under the guidance of GRuB staff, PCLs will be helping with the The GroundED program. GroundED is a program for youth ages 16-21 who are working toward their GED at GRAVITY. GRuB provides work, relationship building and learning on the farm while GRAVITY provides GED tutoring in the GRuB classroom! This program runs on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays during which time we will have a mix of farmwork, team-building, food-related activities, check-in’s, games, and more. We rely on PCL’s to help with check-in, games, leading work activities on the farm, set-up and clean-up and reinforcing a welcoming and brave space so all crew-members feel able to show up and work toward our individual and collective goals.

***Priority deadline is Friday, March 5, 2021, and applicants are encouraged to apply ASAP***

2021 Peer Crew Leader (PCL) GRuB Alumni Job Announcement 

(2 spring positions available)


Peer Crew Leaders (PCL) are an important part of the GRuB Youth Programs Team. As alumni of GRuB’s programs you can lead by example and share what you’ve learned in your time to inspire incoming crew members. PCLs provide essential peer leadership and encouragement by modeling GRuB culture and leading work activities, games and workshops with the support of staff. You’ve already become masters of the GRuB culture, now it’s your opportunity to spread the love, passion, knowledge and excitement you’ve acquired! 

This Spring, working under the guidance of GRuB staff, PCLs will be helping with the The GroundED program. GroundED is a program for youth ages 16-21 who are working toward their GED at GRAVITY. GRuB provides work, relationship building and learning on the farm while GRAVITY provides GED tutoring in the GRuB classroom! This program runs on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays during which time we will have a mix of farmwork, team-building, food-related activities, check-in’s, games, and more. We rely on PCL’s to help with check-in, games, leading work activities on the farm, set-up and clean-up and reinforcing a welcoming and brave space so all crew-members feel able to show up and work toward our individual and collective goals.

***Priority deadline is Friday, March 5, 2021, and applicants are encouraged to apply ASAP***

Food Team Coordinator

Youth Position

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Position Title: Food Team Coordinator


Status: Part time, (18 hours/week) temporary seasonal (March 20-June 25)
Compensation: $15/hour
Reports to: Youth Program Coordinator

What We Do
Garden-Raised Bounty (GRuB) is a 501c3 organization based in Olympia, WA. Our mission is to grow healthy food, people, and community. With roots in the land, we create opportunities for people to learn, lead, and thrive. We envision an equitable world where we are all nourished by healthy relationships, resilient community, and good food.
Our work lives at the intersection of food, education, and health systems. Each year, we directly engage approximately 1500 Thurston County residents of all ages in relationships-based programming centered on growing and preparing good food. We primarily work with young people, families with low incomes, students, seniors experiencing hunger, tribal communities, veterans, active-duty service members, and their families. Visit goodgrub.org for more information.
We strive to cultivate an organizational culture of camaraderie, support, and appreciation among staff and a family-friendly work environment. We also eat a lot of good food together!

Position Overview
The Food Team Coordinator (FTC) is an important part of the GRuB Youth Programs Team. Working under the guidance of GRuB staff, the Food Team Coordinator will plan and prepare weekly meals for 20+ people on the GRuB Farm, and provide meals, snacks and cooking opportunities for GroundED youth. Meal planning will be guided by what is seasonally available on the farm, budget-friendly, accessible, and culturally relevant. Incoordination with GRuB’s staff, the FTC will seek donations as needed, purchase food, plan meals, teach youth how to prepare food from the GRuB farm, implement and document systems for the Food Team and coordinate guest chefs to cook for our programs (as available). The FTC will occasionally join in on farm work or harvest when it relates directly to meal prep and therefore enhances the sense of connection from field to kitchen. Within all activities there is room for the FTC to incorporate their style, skills and interests in food where these align with the GRuB mission and program participants' interests. This might include foraging and cooking with native edibles, or incorporating nutritional lessons, or storytelling about food, among other things.

This position works closely with the GroundED program. This program is a partnership with GRAVITY, the region’s GED preparatory school, which is a 12-week, three afternoon per week program. Youth will work on their GED while at GRuB, and while also gaining professional, personal, and interpersonal skills vital to their immediate future beyond earning their GED. They will learn these skills through a team-based structure that is based on sustainable agriculture practices on the GRuB Farm. Many youth who’ve historically participated in teen programs at GRuB face a myriad of barriers, and it is important to ensure they have good food, and enough food while at GRuB, especially with the rigors of the physical, and emotional work they’re doing.

Application Process
We actively recruit program alumni into leadership positions within our organization and strive to build a staff team whose demographics and backgrounds reflect those of our greater community. We believe that a diverse staff is essential to the successful pursuit of our mission.

GRuB is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of age, color, ability, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any classification protected by federal, state, or local law.

We encourage you to apply even if you are not an exact match with the position’s qualifications. We acknowledge that we are describing our ideal candidate for the position and are willing to consider the unique sets of transferrable experiences and skills an applicant may bring.

This position is open until filled.

The priority application deadline is Friday, March 3, 2021.

Position Title: Food Team Coordinator


Status: Part time, (18 hours/week) temporary seasonal (March 20-June 25)
Compensation: $15/hour
Reports to: Youth Program Coordinator

What We Do
Garden-Raised Bounty (GRuB) is a 501c3 organization based in Olympia, WA. Our mission is to grow healthy food, people, and community. With roots in the land, we create opportunities for people to learn, lead, and thrive. We envision an equitable world where we are all nourished by healthy relationships, resilient community, and good food.
Our work lives at the intersection of food, education, and health systems. Each year, we directly engage approximately 1500 Thurston County residents of all ages in relationships-based programming centered on growing and preparing good food. We primarily work with young people, families with low incomes, students, seniors experiencing hunger, tribal communities, veterans, active-duty service members, and their families. Visit goodgrub.org for more information.
We strive to cultivate an organizational culture of camaraderie, support, and appreciation among staff and a family-friendly work environment. We also eat a lot of good food together!

Position Overview
The Food Team Coordinator (FTC) is an important part of the GRuB Youth Programs Team. Working under the guidance of GRuB staff, the Food Team Coordinator will plan and prepare weekly meals for 20+ people on the GRuB Farm, and provide meals, snacks and cooking opportunities for GroundED youth. Meal planning will be guided by what is seasonally available on the farm, budget-friendly, accessible, and culturally relevant. Incoordination with GRuB’s staff, the FTC will seek donations as needed, purchase food, plan meals, teach youth how to prepare food from the GRuB farm, implement and document systems for the Food Team and coordinate guest chefs to cook for our programs (as available). The FTC will occasionally join in on farm work or harvest when it relates directly to meal prep and therefore enhances the sense of connection from field to kitchen. Within all activities there is room for the FTC to incorporate their style, skills and interests in food where these align with the GRuB mission and program participants' interests. This might include foraging and cooking with native edibles, or incorporating nutritional lessons, or storytelling about food, among other things.

This position works closely with the GroundED program. This program is a partnership with GRAVITY, the region’s GED preparatory school, which is a 12-week, three afternoon per week program. Youth will work on their GED while at GRuB, and while also gaining professional, personal, and interpersonal skills vital to their immediate future beyond earning their GED. They will learn these skills through a team-based structure that is based on sustainable agriculture practices on the GRuB Farm. Many youth who’ve historically participated in teen programs at GRuB face a myriad of barriers, and it is important to ensure they have good food, and enough food while at GRuB, especially with the rigors of the physical, and emotional work they’re doing.

Application Process
We actively recruit program alumni into leadership positions within our organization and strive to build a staff team whose demographics and backgrounds reflect those of our greater community. We believe that a diverse staff is essential to the successful pursuit of our mission.

GRuB is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of age, color, ability, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any classification protected by federal, state, or local law.

We encourage you to apply even if you are not an exact match with the position’s qualifications. We acknowledge that we are describing our ideal candidate for the position and are willing to consider the unique sets of transferrable experiences and skills an applicant may bring.

This position is open until filled.

The priority application deadline is Friday, March 3, 2021.

Farm Coordinator(s)

Youth Position

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Position Title: Farm Coordinator(s)


Status: Part time, (19-30 hours/week, depending on the time of year) seasonal (March 16-Nov. 30, 2021)
Compensation: $15/hour
Reports to: Farm Manager

What We Do
Garden-Raised Bounty (GRuB) is a 501c3 organization based in Olympia, WA. Our mission is to grow healthy food, people, and community. With roots in the land, we create opportunities for people to learn, lead, and thrive. We envision an equitable world where we are all nourished by healthy relationships, resilient community, and good food. Our work lives at the intersection of food, education, and health systems. Each year, we directly engage approximately 1500 Thurston County residents of all ages in relationships-based programming centered on growing and preparing good food. We primarily work with young people, families with low incomes, students, seniors experiencing hunger, tribal communities, veterans, active-duty service members, and their families. Visit goodgrub.org for more information. We strive to cultivate an organizational culture of camaraderie, support, and appreciation among staff and a family-friendly work environment. We also eat a lot of good food together!

Position Overview
The Farm Coordinators’ roles are to support the GRuB Farm, and the people who work and learn on the land, as well as the various programs that are directly related to the farm. There will be up to three positions available as Coordinators, with each individual having specialized responsibilities to focus on and be accountable for, while also sharing in overall farm leadership for the farm crew, and collaborating with the team on all the normal farm tasks. These positions are responsible for providing leadership to GRuB’s farm interns, youth farm assistants, youth crew members, and volunteers who help cultivate the GRuB Farm. The Farm Coordinators will carry out the farm plan, and scheduled seeding for the farm and plant sales. In the spring, the FCs will lead the farm team in field preparation, soil management, and making potting soil. They will lead and teach the crew in transplanting, irrigation set up, weeding, and plant health management. The FCs will lead and teach others in proper harvesting and processing of crops from the field, having an eye for detail, and organized farm systems. The FCs will be key in leading volunteers in farm work, and helping with farm documentation and accurate record keeping. The specializations for the Farm Coordinators, and their basic descriptions are:

Production and Field Crew Lead (up to 2 people):

These roles will be the lead point people for farm work in the fields. This will include creating the harvest and work list, while keeping track of priorities for the day/week. Included in this role will be circulating the field to check up on quality control of the work being done (for example: checking if a bed is being weeded completely, if a trellis is put up properly, is the correct bed of carrots being harvested, do the beans need to be gone through again?) These roles include teaching youth crew and volunteers how to properly weed and how to use the appropriate tool for the job. They will work beside the youth crew during field work, while also giving feedback and teaching harvest/processing techniques, and making sure things are properly labeled and put away. This role will keep track of the seeding calendar with the Farm Manager, making sure things are planted on time, recording as they are seeded, as well coordination of transplanting into the weekly list of things to do. Also, this role will be responsible for irrigation; organization, teaching the youth crew, set up, and take down. They will be in charge of managing irrigation needs for the week, setting timers, and making sure things are watered when they need to be. If two people have this role, there will be differentiation between the various responsibilities included in the role.

Application Process

We actively recruit program alumni into leadership positions within our organization and strive to build a staff team whose demographics and backgrounds reflect those of our greater community. We believe that a diverse staff is essential to the successful pursuit of our mission.

GRuB is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of age, color, ability, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any classification protected by federal, state, or local law. We encourage you to apply even if you are not an exact match with the position’s qualifications.

We acknowledge that we are describing our ideal candidate for the position and are willing to consider the unique sets of transferrable experiences and skills an applicant may bring.

This position is open until filled.

The priority application deadline is Friday, March 3, 2021.

Position Title: Farm Coordinator(s)


Status: Part time, (19-30 hours/week, depending on the time of year) seasonal (March 16-Nov. 30, 2021)
Compensation: $15/hour
Reports to: Farm Manager

What We Do
Garden-Raised Bounty (GRuB) is a 501c3 organization based in Olympia, WA. Our mission is to grow healthy food, people, and community. With roots in the land, we create opportunities for people to learn, lead, and thrive. We envision an equitable world where we are all nourished by healthy relationships, resilient community, and good food. Our work lives at the intersection of food, education, and health systems. Each year, we directly engage approximately 1500 Thurston County residents of all ages in relationships-based programming centered on growing and preparing good food. We primarily work with young people, families with low incomes, students, seniors experiencing hunger, tribal communities, veterans, active-duty service members, and their families. Visit goodgrub.org for more information. We strive to cultivate an organizational culture of camaraderie, support, and appreciation among staff and a family-friendly work environment. We also eat a lot of good food together!

Position Overview
The Farm Coordinators’ roles are to support the GRuB Farm, and the people who work and learn on the land, as well as the various programs that are directly related to the farm. There will be up to three positions available as Coordinators, with each individual having specialized responsibilities to focus on and be accountable for, while also sharing in overall farm leadership for the farm crew, and collaborating with the team on all the normal farm tasks. These positions are responsible for providing leadership to GRuB’s farm interns, youth farm assistants, youth crew members, and volunteers who help cultivate the GRuB Farm. The Farm Coordinators will carry out the farm plan, and scheduled seeding for the farm and plant sales. In the spring, the FCs will lead the farm team in field preparation, soil management, and making potting soil. They will lead and teach the crew in transplanting, irrigation set up, weeding, and plant health management. The FCs will lead and teach others in proper harvesting and processing of crops from the field, having an eye for detail, and organized farm systems. The FCs will be key in leading volunteers in farm work, and helping with farm documentation and accurate record keeping. The specializations for the Farm Coordinators, and their basic descriptions are:

Production and Field Crew Lead (up to 2 people):

These roles will be the lead point people for farm work in the fields. This will include creating the harvest and work list, while keeping track of priorities for the day/week. Included in this role will be circulating the field to check up on quality control of the work being done (for example: checking if a bed is being weeded completely, if a trellis is put up properly, is the correct bed of carrots being harvested, do the beans need to be gone through again?) These roles include teaching youth crew and volunteers how to properly weed and how to use the appropriate tool for the job. They will work beside the youth crew during field work, while also giving feedback and teaching harvest/processing techniques, and making sure things are properly labeled and put away. This role will keep track of the seeding calendar with the Farm Manager, making sure things are planted on time, recording as they are seeded, as well coordination of transplanting into the weekly list of things to do. Also, this role will be responsible for irrigation; organization, teaching the youth crew, set up, and take down. They will be in charge of managing irrigation needs for the week, setting timers, and making sure things are watered when they need to be. If two people have this role, there will be differentiation between the various responsibilities included in the role.

Application Process

We actively recruit program alumni into leadership positions within our organization and strive to build a staff team whose demographics and backgrounds reflect those of our greater community. We believe that a diverse staff is essential to the successful pursuit of our mission.

GRuB is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of age, color, ability, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any classification protected by federal, state, or local law. We encourage you to apply even if you are not an exact match with the position’s qualifications.

We acknowledge that we are describing our ideal candidate for the position and are willing to consider the unique sets of transferrable experiences and skills an applicant may bring.

This position is open until filled.

The priority application deadline is Friday, March 3, 2021.

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Spring Field Trip Internship

Internship

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2021 GRuB Spring Field Trip Internship Announcement 

GRuB is a grassroots non-profit organization based in West Olympia. Our mission is to grow healthy food, people, with roots in the land, we create opportunities for people to lead, learn and thrive. More info at www.goodgrub.org 

With modifications in place due to COVID-19, the GRuB Field Trip program was on hold for the 2020 season. As we move into the 2021 growing season, we aim to make some sharable materials available to local teachers to bring a bit of the farm to the classroom. 

Position Description (10-20 hours/week, unpaid) 

The Spring Field Trip Internship for 2021 will be a project driven position where the individual will work under the guidance of the Farm Manager to create a field trip kit that can be shared with local teachers. Inthe past we have hosted 300-600 children annually on the farm in spring. This is untenable due to current conditions so this position is a great opportunity to use creativity and ingenuity to transfer some farm lessons into a bite sized experience that can be shared, and may include video, manipulatives, handouts, and/or visual displays of information. There are some existing field trip lesson plans and facilitation tools will be shared with the intern as a starting point. The field trip kit would be aimed at elementary aged students. This is a project that can be worked on remotely, or on site at GRuB, with logistics to be arranged with the Farm Manager. Depending on the intern’s schedule, there may be opportunities to work additional hours on the farm, assisting in spring work tasks, alongside youth and volunteers if desired. 

Interns will receive training and practical experience working with youth, lesson planning, group facilitation, and program evaluation. 

Farm grown food is available to interns as it becomes ready. 

GRuB Alumni are encouraged to apply! 

Qualifications 

● Excellent work ethic (reliability, strong communication skills , follow-through)

● Gardening/farming experience a plus (but not required) 

● Interest in garden based education, experience teaching a plus! 

● Self-motivated and flexible, excited to create a new, user friendly field trip resource 

Positions available as early as mid-March, no later than April 8th, lasting to mid-June. There may be an option to continue through the summer. 

To Apply, Please Submit 

● A cover letter describing your interest in the position and learning goals for the internship

● Your resume with three current references 

 Send to: heather@goodgrub.org or 2016 Elliott Ave. NW, Olympia, WA 98502


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