Overview

Term of Service Dates: August 2nd 2021 -August 1st 2022

Position Overview:
Under the direction of the Youth Programs Director, the Seed to Table Educator will collaborate with Youth Garden Project (YGP) staff, community partners, and Grand County High School to lead young adults in a variety of youth programs at YGP. We are looking for an individual who is flexible, collaborative, able to work independently, exhibits strong leadership, and is enthusiastic about using the garden and process of growing food to teach academic and life lessons to youth of all ages and backgrounds.
For the full position description, visit: youthgardenproject.org/workwithus

Tagged as: Teaching/Education

Preferred Skills:

Desired Skills and Experience:
Hands-on agricultural experience and general knowledge preferred
Experience working directly with youth in school and/or school-garden settings, designing curriculum, and/or working in non-traditional education spaces
Strengths in time management, prioritizing and delegating tasks, multi-tasking, general ability to work collaboratively in a fast paced work environment
Advanced verbal and written communication skills with external and internal audiences across all population

About The Youth Garden Project

The Youth Garden Project (YGP) is a non-profit organization located in the breathtaking red rock scenery of Moab, UT with the mission of cultivating healthy children, families, and community through educational programs and the profound act of connecting people with food from seed to table.

Application Instructions

To Apply: E-mail a brief cover letter and an attached resume with three professional references to [email protected] Applicants will also have to apply through the AmeriCorps State website upon hire - starting a profile on the AmeriCorps State website will help expedite the process.