Reporting to the Greenmarket Youth Education Coordinator, this part-time position from mid September to early November requires experience in the study of food and agriculture, nutrition education, or a related field. The Seed to Plate (STP) Educator is responsible for teaching Greenmarket’s Seed to Plate curriculum in an assigned New York City public school.
Food Tank is hosting an event in New York City on Thursday, September 19th, 2013 from 5:30-7:30PM at the Snapple Theater (1627 Broadway, New York, NY, 10019) in advance of Food Waste Awareness Week. Tickets are $25 and include beer/wine and light snacks. Buy yours from https://foodtanknewyorkcity.eventbrite.com. Our events always sell out, so please be sure to get your tickets soon!
The Children’s Aid Society’s Go!Chefs program is seeking dynamic instructors to lead afterschool cooking and nutrition education programs for elementary, middle and high school students in the South Bronx, Harlem and Washington Heights. Hours range from 12-25 hours per week. This opportunity is an AmeriCorps position and members receive a biweekly stipend, transportation funding; depending on availability and an educational scholarship at the end of service.
The Children’s Aid Society is seeking a dynamic Program Coordinator to lead an after-school Food Justice program for middle school students in East Harlem and the South Bronx.
The Principal Responsibilities of the Food Justice Program Coordinator will be to oversee the successful implementation of the Food Justice program at 4 sites. This is a full-time, one-year Americorps position, with the possibility of renewal after the first year. In addition to a bi-weekly stipend, benefits include full health & dental benefits and a $5500 educational award upon completion of the year.
Stellar Farmers’ Markets, a program of the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, is looking to fill a part-time administrative position to help with a program that implements innovative nutrition and cooking workshops at farmers’ markets throughout NYC. . The Stellar Farmers’ Market program provides nutrition education workshops and cooking demonstrations to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) eligible populations at select farmers’ markets in NYC.
Stellar Farmers’ Markets operate during the summer and fall months, and this position will be for the remainder of 2013 farmers’ market season through November.
Love food policy? Got communications and social media skills? Food Systems Network NYC is seeking a committed individual to help craft and implement our communications and social media engagement strategy during the election season.