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 currently closed. For the latest information about session dates or how to apply, check this website, sign up for our eNewsletter, and follow us on Facebook and Instagram.