What exactly is the difference between volunteering and interning? Our interns typically come to us through a specific program at college or because they want to invest a significant amount of time and have specific learning goals. We have had interns who are studying human services, environmental studies, teaching, community health, interdisciplinary studies, and more. If you’re not sure whether you are a potential volunteer or intern, please ask!
We accept interns each season of the year. Some people intern for one season only while others have stayed for a whole year!
If you would like to intern, we ask that you…
- Review the Common Threads Seed-to-Table Internship Position Description
- Send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
- In your cover letter, please include why you want to intern with us, your program of study (if applicable), and the number of hours you would like to complete in total AND the average hours/week you anticipate interning
- Attend an interview to determine if an internship will be a good fit