We occasionally offer unpaid internships. We are happy to work with university and college students who need to fulfill internship requirements, or with anyone with a vested interest in issues related to refugee development, food access, sustainable agriculture, and community development through food security programs.
These opportunities are limited each season, and are reviewed and considered on an individual basis. Priority will be given to those who can begin with our Trainees from the Yu Meh Community Farmer Training Program on April 15th, attend formal training sessions, as well as commit to a specific number of hours per week of hands-on time.
If you are interested in an opportunity, please send the following documents to Heather DeLong at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Cover Letter: please include your familiarity with Denver Urban Gardens (DUG) and Project Worthmore (PWM), your specific interest and expectations from an internship, your experience and comfort level working with diverse groups, your experience and comfort level working in a physically demanding environment, and your availability.
Please Note: We do not offer housing.