From March-October 2022, one intern will assist our Gardener Jason Ebinger in developing and implementing season-long plans for the Folk School's garden, leading participants in the Work Study program, and performing overall maintenance.
The Folk School's garden produces a diverse array of crops and supports the programming of many classes and studios with dye plants, broom corn, basket willow, and more.
The right candidate will be able to create a unique opportunity for themselves, shaping the internship based on their personal interests. Compensation includes a monthly stipend, room and board, and a class resource.
Ideally, candidates will be available for the full eight-month period, but applicants only available for a portion of that time may apply as well.
Garden Intern applications are due on Monday, January 3, 2022.