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We are always looking for a wide range of volunteers on the outside and within prisons to help our small organization grow, with an emphasis on skilled, long-term volunteerism. We're particularly interested in working with people from the horticulture industry who feel called to expand access to our trade. If you're a landscaper, horticulturist or farmer who is drawn to this work, reach out! Thanks to support from the New England Grassroots Environment Fund, we are able to compensate our volunteers for travel to and from our program sites.
Prison-Based Horticulture Educators teach vocational horticulture in Greater-Boston prisons. Educators teach at least 1 Monday each month for the full growing season, from April to November. Please find the full position details here. Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 18, 2019 to apply to be an Educator for the 2019 growing season. Educators' travel expenses are reimbursed thanks to generous support from New England Grassroots Environment Fund.
Guest Presenters share their skills and expertise with incarcerated students through one-time talks and workshops at TNGS' prison gardens. Please read over the Guest Presenter FAQ to get a deeper understanding of the logistics and time commitment. After reading the FAQ, fill out this online form to begin the process of signing up for a presentation slot.
The Community Outreach Coordinator will engage in grassroots marketing and building local relationships at the intersection of prison and horticulture.
Please click the links for position details and how to apply. No phone calls please. If you want to join our growing team, but don't see a position that suits your skills and availability, please start by filling out this simple form.