Are you still looking for a summer position? Are you interested in the wide world of estate gardening? Well then do I have an opportunity for you! Kinloch Farms located in the Plains, VA, is looking for a seasonal gardener! They are also starting to look for a full-time assistant gardener, so if you love the position, you might have the opportunity to stay year-round!
Seasonal Gardener- Kinloch Farms
Kinloch Farms includes a myriad of stylized gardens including, but not limited to, Italianate-styled gardens, walled medieval-style gardens, french inspired allees, kitchen gardens, and fresh-cut flower gardens!
If you’re interested in applying for this position, please send your resume and cover letter to August B. Currier at August@canopyinc.net or call (571)594-8040 for more information
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Join the University of Maryland Extension program (and your Horticulturist Kyra!) for a 3-hour outdoor course designed to hone your IPM scouting skills! Following this course, you will have leveled up your skills in diagnosing insects, diseases, and cultural problems in greenhouses, nurseries, cut flower production, and landscape plants.
Date and time
Wednesday, July 26 · 12:30am – 3pm EDT
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NOVA Corps, a paid student internship program through the Office of EMSS, is recruiting students to help prospective, new and current students start and finish strong at NOVA. The mission of NOVA Corps is to help NOVA students develop professional skills that will benefit them after college while also providing support to their peers.
General Description: Student interns will perform a variety of customer-service duties in support of educational programs.
Duties and tasks: Provide general information to students on a variety of programs, activities and procedures related to admissions, enrollment and college programs and activities. They work primarily in person (face to face), as well as through telephone, email and/or online chat. Information to be provided includes the application for admission, registration, general financial aid processes, assistance in navigating the student information system (SIS) and Canvas and assistance with campus tours, virtual lobby, new student orientation, etc. Full training is provided.
Essential functions: Provide courteous, friendly and knowledgeable service to students. Provide clear, consistent, up-to-date and accurate information. Attend team meetings, read emails and the College website and utilize current job aids.
Note: One-week on-site training located in Fairfax, Va. area is mandatory.
- Gain valuable work experience
- Develop leadership, communication, teamwork and problem-solving skills that prepare you for jobs after college
- Help your peers start strong and succeed at NOVA
- Paid internship: $18 per hour
- Flexible part-time work schedule, 20 hours per week
- Casual dress code with free NOVA t-shirts
Login to Career Connections to learn more and to access the NOVA Corps Student Internship application.