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Serve with us as an AmeriCorps Member

AmeriCorps is the only federal agency tasked with elevating service and volunteerism in America. It provides opportunities for people of all ages and backgrounds to give their time and talent to strengthen communities across our country.
By bringing people together to serve communities, AmeriCorps is making service to others an indispensable part of the American experience.

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We Are Currently Hiring!

 

Our AmeriCorps members are absolutely essential in allowing us to support our community in the way that we do. Through service duties, members will contribute to and support the growth and production of produce to be donated to local food banks. Additionally, their service working alongside students and volunteers will support the spread of information of sustainable agriculture and nutrition education. Members tend to plants, help with weekly harvests, work at the summer farmers market, and facilitate lessons given to students and volunteers. As an AmeriCorps member, individuals receive  a living allowance twice a month in addition to a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award upon successful completion of service hours. 

 

 We have full and part-time positions available that typically have fall and spring start dates, with some flexibility. 

Primary duties include:

  • Learn and apply innovative high desert farming techniques including infrastructure development, installation & maintenance as related to member service

  • Maintain diverse crops through pruning, harvesting, and cultivation

  • Prepare site for plantings and crop production

  • Assist and train volunteers to aid in production

  • Develop strategies to maximize time efficiency and production.

Secondary responsibilities may include:

  • Serve as a host for visitors and student groups, leading tours and answering questions

  • Engage youth field trips and student groups in hands on activities

  • Successfully complete all required trainings

  • Recruit, manage and train volunteers to support programs and events as appropriate (e.g. school garden communities)

  • Collect and report program statistics

  • Participate in daily AmeriCorps team meetings

  • Serve in collaborative programs and events at other approved AmeriCorps Host Sites

We are currently hiring!

 

Apply for our full-time position by searching "The Greenhouse project" on Indeed or going here.

If you have any questions about serving as an AmeriCorps member with TGP, or would like to find out how to apply as a part-time member, email Site Manager, Cory King at Cory@carsoncitygreenhouse.org

Find out more about AmeriCorps here.