is a program of The Green Institute that works with community members to improve
the community through green space projects including community gardens, urban
forestry projects, and city park renovations. Our “Partners” include community
gardens, block clubs, town home associations, neighborhood councils, and
non-profit organizations. More
information about the program is available online at http://www.greeninstitute.org/GSP.
Once again this year
we will be hiring a seasonal Greening Coordinator. This position will
report directly to the Program Director. The dates of employment can be
adjusted to accommodate an academic schedule.
April 15 – October 1, 2002 (flexible)
30 hrs/wk (flexible); Saturday mornings required.
Driver’s License, familiarity with community gardens, ability to work
independently in a diverse community.
of the greening coordinator will include, but not be limited to:
1. Coordinating a market gardening program
Work with gardeners to plan, plant and cultivate
Deliver tables, canopy, gardeners, and produce to
market Saturday Mornings
Operate a table at the market, handling cash and
distributing funds to gardeners.
2. Assemble a variety of greening information in non-English
Research material already available in
Seek out community members/organizations to translate
Organize events within immigrant
3. Work with community gardeners on individual projects
Distribute plant and seed donations and other
Help community members to solve other problems as
be received by Friday, March 29, 2002.
Applicants should send a resume and cover letter. E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org is preferred.
Corrie Zoll, Program
Avenue South, Suite 110