New Internship positions available:

We are thrilled to share that OFRF is a Fall 2023 partner to the Organic Career Network, a pilot program that the Organic Farmers Association has developed to support historically underserved and under-represented students who are interested in exploring career pathways and gaining hands-on experience in the organic sector through paid internships. 

For the Fall 2023 semester, we have two internship opportunities available:

General Internships

OFRF periodically hosts part-time internships. Depending on our current needs and your area of interest, the position can focus on development, communications, and/or administrative tasks. Interns can receive academic credit in exchange for 12-15 hours of work per week. While we ask interns to help us with the critical day-to-day tasks that keep our organization running, we are committed to offering interesting work and learning opportunities.

Development Activities may include:

  • foundation research and correspondence
  • proposal writing and editing
  • donor prospect research and tracking
  • online fundraising strategy creation

Administrative Activities may include:

  • participating in an ongoing effort to update and maintain our national organic grower database
  • general database entry
  • filing and other general office duties.

Communication Activities may include:

  • developing outreach materials
  • reviewing publications, media clippings and other informational materials for relevance to OFRF’s work
  • responding to information requests
  • developing media citation packets
  • maintaining media contacts
  • answering phones
  • sending and tracking OFRF publication orders

please attach your resume in Microsoft Word or PDF format