- Published on Monday, 03 November 2014 04:15
Food Tank, a non-profit organization, publishes original research daily and is working to build a better food system. Food Tank works with more than two dozen partners worldwide including the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Slow Food USA, Oxfam America, the McKnight Foundation, and the James Beard Foundation. Food Tank also has publishing relationships with the Christian Science Monitor, Thompson Reuters, About.com, the Huffington Post, and many others.
1. We are hiring three fellows to help us with three upcoming research reports (graduate level only). These reports are part of our “Food Tank by the Numbers” series and will require intensive research. We are looking for a minimum commitment of 20 hours a week (PAID). Fellows can work remotely.
2. Research and Writing Internships (undergraduate or graduate). We are looking for students who are strong researchers and writers to commit to writing one article a week (potentially PAID) for Food Tank as research interns. We expect a three-month commitment (a minimum of 12 articles). Candidates should have excellent writing skills. Interns will conduct interviews with major thought leaders, have the chance to get their names published, work with our partners, and much more. Interns can work remotely.
3. DC Based Interns to Help Coordinate our Upcoming Food Tank Summit at The George Washington University (undergraduate or graduate). On we are hosting the 1st Annual Food Tank Summit in partnership with The George Washington University, which will be a two-day event bringing together 75 speakers from all sectors of the food system. We are looking for three interns (PAID and UNPAID) to commit a minimum of 20 hours a week helping us to coordinate logistics for the summit. Must be DC-, MD-, or VA- based.
- Published on Tuesday, 19 August 2014 19:53
- Published on Monday, 11 August 2014 21:53
The School of Natural Resources and Environment (SNRE) at the University of Michigan (UM) seeks applicants to fill a tenure-track position at the assistant professor level. The position is part of a cluster of hires in the area of sustainable food systems, which brings together a number of faculty from the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) within the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, the School of Public Health, the Department of Urban and Regional Planning within the A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, and SNRE in a cross-disciplinary teaching and research effort.
- Published on Monday, 11 August 2014 17:55
- Published on Monday, 04 August 2014 00:55
POSITION: Environmental Educator
DEPARTMENT: Green Infrastructure
FLSA: Part Time, Seasonal
REPORTS TO: Environmental Education Manager
The Greening of Detroit’s Green Infrastructure Department has developed the Our LAND program which targets and introduces Detroit elementary and middle school students to the natural environment. Taking place at both in class and outdoor locations, Our LAND strives to introduce children to diverse habitat types, make connections between the urban and natural world and foster the adoption and stewardship of Detroit’s parks and open spaces. The position will extend from September 1st, 2014-June 1, 2014. The ideal candidate will be available 20 hours per week. The internship will be paid at $11/hr, and credit may be available under the terms of the college or university attended by the intern. The Environmental Education intern will be responsible for assisting the Environmental Education Manager with a variety of activities related to Our LAND programming.