Jobs & Internships


Now Accepting Internship Applications for the 2017 Growing Season! 
Have you ever had the urge to work on a farm? Do you want to know more about how to grow your own food? Interning at Wellspring is a great opportunity to learn the skills and knowledge that go into growing food for a community. 

Wellspring’s farm internship program began in 1990. Since then, many lives have been enriched through this hands-on, season-long, living and learning experience. To learn more and to apply, please visit our
 Wellspring Farm Intern Application page. 





Wellspring is a WWOOF Farm!
World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms (WWOOF) is an organization that links individuals to organic farms all over the world. Farms host WWOOFers for anywhere from a few days to upwards of 6 months. There are more than 2,100 organic farms in the United States who are signed up to host and countless others across the globe.Through the years, Wellspring has had WWOOF visitors from many other countries including El Salvador, France, Australia, and Germany. It is a great way for people to travel to new places and learn more about organic farming. If you are interested in becoming a WWOOFer at Wellspring, please find our profile page on WWOOF USA's webpage or contact Caleb at WellspringCSA@gmail.com. 

For more information about WWOOF, visit their websites here:
 

We're Hiring!
Wellspring is currently in search of a Full-time Education Director. This role is responsible for coordinating the Farm to School program, field trips, cooking and wellness classes, and summer camps. For more information and a complete job description, please contact Executive Director, Angela Rester at WellspringED@aol.com. 



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