Interns commit to a regular schedule for at least 3 months, depending on the position. Intern positions are open to students and community members able to commit to a regular schedule for the duration of the internship.
We do not have any available opportunities right now. Check back in late February for new opportunities.
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FairShare’s interns play a critical role in our work. You will become immersed in the local food movement through supporting FairShare’s outreach and education efforts, helping ensure that Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is accessible to all households and strengthening the community of family farmers in Southern Wisconsin.
Through this internship program you are encouraged to attend relevant conferences, workshops, and meetings for increased awareness and networking opportunities. You will gain valuable community organizing experience and contribute to critical programs that work to build the strength and vitality of our local farms and to increase access to good, healthy food.
FairShare CSA Coalition has worked to support and connect Community Supported Agriculture farmers and eaters for more than 20 years. We simply could not do it without your help!
In the spirit of building a healthy, engaged community, we rely on hundreds of volunteers to accomplish our work. We all can do our part in building a strong local food system by supporting our local farmers and eating local food, and then sharing those experiences with others. Grassroots organizing and efforts are an incredibly effective method of spreading the good word about community supported agriculture.
To join our cadre of ongoing and periodic volunteers and help out with events, outreach, and other opportunities, complete the volunteer application below or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (608) 226-0300.
FairShare periodically seeks those with a passion for CSA to join the board and help continue working to raise the bar on quality and accessibility of CSA shares in our region. Learn More!