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We are currently seeking a Community Food Distribution Project Assistant! Click here for full position details.


The Community Food Distribution Project Assistant, a new, seasonal, and temporary position, reports to the Food Access Coordinator. The Assistant will support our Community Food Distribution Project which distributes healthy food to community members experiencing food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 Part-time (approximately 8 hours per week) with an intended start date in mid-May, 2021 and end date when the project concludes, possibly in 9 to 12 months. Contact Francie Lin for more information-



Applications are currently open for Summer 2021 Grow Food Northampton Community Farm Internship positions.

The Grow Food Northampton Community Farm Interns will work with a cohort of 2-3 other interns to support Grow Food Northampton’s programs. This position is an immersive hands-on learning opportunity geared toward young people ages 18-26. 

Approximately 75% of time will be spent in the Giving Garden growing crops for donation and preparing produce for delivery to meal sites and food pantries. The Giving Garden is a place where we build community around growing and sharing local food. Interns will learn the cycles of small-scale regenerative farming throughout the growing season, from planting and weeding to harvesting and washing produce. 

The remaining 25% of the time will be spent doing adjacent tasks on the land or participating in programs off site, like at Tuesday Market.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Click here for full position details.

Work-Study Positions

We do not have any work-study positions available at this time. Please check back for opportunities at a later date.


Alisa Klein

Executive Director

Ellena Baum

Land and Community Education Coordinator

Francie Lin

Food Access Coordinator

Andrea Dustin

Community Food Distribution Project Assistant

Helen Kahn

Farmers Market Manager

Megan Saraceno

Office Manager and Community Engagement Coordinator
Michael Skillicorn, Director Of Programs

Michael Skillicorn

Associate Director
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