For students, recent graduates or those looking for a career change into urban farming, sustainability, hydroponics, startups or the future of food, interning at Farm.One is a unique, varied and challenging learning experience.
Please note, we have a very high number of applicants, and are not always able to respond. To make it easier for us to review your application, please provide a high level of detail on what you are looking for.
We prefer interns who are able to commit to more than 16 hours per week of attendance. Less than this, and our ability to give you fulfilling, interesting projects that will allow you to learn, is reduced.
Interns are expected to dress appropriately, with sensible shoes and clean clothing that may get wet or dirty during your session. Hygiene and safety are important on the farm. You must comply with the directions of our Farm Manager.
You may be assigned manual labor tasks during your training period. These tasks may include cleaning up and other essential activities. Interns ability and enthusiasm on these tasks may decide their eligibility for higher-level activities.
This is not an "easy" job. We reserve the right to suspend or end internships at any point in time.
Farm.One internships are learning opportunities. This means carefully following farm instructions, following safety protocols, taking care of our product. Interns are given specific projects and opportunities to focus on areas they find most interesting. As such, interns are not compensated beyond covering basic expenses. Full- and part-time job opportunities are clearly posted on our site, when available.
Farm.One cannot sponsor visas for overseas students. If you are a student outside the US and you wish to intern with Farm.One, it is your responsibility to arrange the necessary paperwork to visit, and to ensure you satisfy all the legal requirements to take on an internship in the US. If in doubt, speak to your local US embassy or consulate.