Still looking for a summer internship opportunity? Oak Springs Garden Foundation, which has previously accepted students of Northern Virginia Community College’s Horticulture Program, is looking for summer interns! You have until March 15th to apply!
Are you looking for a job opportunity where you’re responsible for one of the most prominent landmarks in Washington DC? If you are, the Protestant Episcopal Cathedral Foundation is looking to hire a groundskeeper for their grounds which includes the Washington National Cathedral!
Are you looking to fulfill your HRT 297- Cooperative Education requirement for your Horticulture Technology or Landscape Design diploma? East Coast Collective in Warrenton, VA is looking to hire educational interns for an amazing cannabis-oriented learning/growing opportunity! Applicants from Northern Virginia Community College’s Horticulture Department receive guaranteed acceptance into Buckland Farms’ Internship Program!
Interested in becoming the new Horticulture Club Secretary? Nominations and voting will occur during the Horticulture Clubs meeting on February 24th in LS102 at 4pm!
Have any questions about the position? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
This one’s specifically for NOVA Horticulture students! So if you’re in the horticulture program and are seeking out scholarship opportunities to help pay for classes, applying for this one could win you $2,000! Completed application packets are due on April 1st by 12:00pm via email.
Join us to learn about the history and potential future of Black American farmers during the Black Farmers Symposium on Thursday, Feb. 17, from 12:30 p.m. until 2 p.m.
A panel of four Black agriculturists will share their knowledge about starting, sustaining, and growing a business in agriculture.
Kara Brewer Boyd, event coordinator for the National Black Farmers Association, is an expert on starting and sustaining business in agriculture. She will share information about small scale agriculture and what it takes to earn the distinction of being an American Farmer.
Allan Lanton is an established African American farmer with extensive experience in aquaculture, a sustainable agricultural practice that uses the respiration of fish to feed plant crops in soilless mediums.
Deanna Middlebrooks is starting a new agriculture venture on her family farm alongside her extended family members who have been growing and selling plants for generations. Deanna will share the story of how she and her family use the land to support the different stages of their lives.
Kimani Anku is a DMV native who found a love of farming and gardening through unconventional means and has turned his passion into a thriving garden coaching service. He recently acquired three acres of land outside Richmond and is taking his gardening skills to the next level by starting a farm to produce food for the community.
Open to all students, faculty, staff, and community members. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and get ideas about how to get involved in agriculture. Contact: Lawrence Nightingale.
Are you looking to fulfil your HRT 297- Cooperative Education requirement for your Horticulture Technology or Landscape Design diploma? Clay Hill Farm in Boyce, VA is looking to hire an intern for an amazing growing opportunity! Applications are due by March 6th!