We begin recruiting each year in March, and conduct interviews from (roughly) April – May.
Hiring decisions are typically made in June.
By August, we bring on a cohort of 5 AmeriCorps Members to conduct farm-to-school programming in local schools and
learn valuable career skills as they serve in our office and community for a full year.
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“I wouldn’t have fallen in love with Vermont and started my career here if it weren’t for my year of service at GMFTS. It helped me build skills and cultivate relationships that translated into other career opportunities.”
“GMFTS provided me with the valuable opportunity of practicing my skills as an educator, and as a leader working in a small team of educators. GMFTS helped me gain confidence as a food and garden educator, and inspired me to get my Master’s in Education.”
“Joining GMFTS allowed me to explore my interests more deeply and helped guide me in learning which corner of the food systems I wanted to be more involved in.”
“The position helped to solidify my love of the outdoors, growing food, and educating others on where their food comes from and how to prepare it. My work at GMFTS allowed me to really cultivate my own knowledge of food systems which helped me to realize that I love non-traditional education.”
Equal Opportunity Employer:
Green Mountain Farm-to-School is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity of experience and perspective to
enrich our work. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, gender
identity, sexual orientation, ancestry, national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy or pregnancy-related
condition, crime victim status, health coverage status, HIV status, military or veteran status, or any other protected
classification, in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.