JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

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Open Positions:

Non-Paid Internships:

  1. Volunteer Coordinator Intern

Description: The Maryland Agricultural Resource Council (MARC) is a non-profit organization. Our mission is agricultural education. We provide events, programs, and workshops for the public on 149 acres. A volunteer coordinator internship is available during the fall, spring, and/or summer. Hours are flexible. Occasional evening or Saturday/Sunday would be required. This is a non-paid internship. We are located at the Baltimore County Agricultural Center and Farm Park. Half of your time would be spent working in the office and the other half would be out on the farm. Volunteer ages would range from high school to senior citizen.

Responsibilities

  • – help facilitate volunteer orientations and trainings
  • -Coordinate volunteer work days
  • -maintain volunteer log for each volunteer (hours and work completed)
  • -help with volunteer recognition
  • -recruit new volunteers

Requirements

  • – Pursuing a Bachelors Degree in human resource management or non-profit management
  • – Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • – Possess creativity and flexibility
  • – Should be open-minded, a fast learner, enthusiastic, and adaptable

Skills

Required – Microsoft Office, Organization Skills, People-oriented

2. Farm History Intern

Description: The Maryland Agricultural Resource Council (MARC) is a non-profit organization. Our mission is agricultural education. We provide events, programs, and workshops for the public on 149 acres. A farm history internship is available during the fall, spring, and/or summer. Hours are flexible. Occasional evening or Saturday/Sunday would be required. This is a non-paid internship. We are located at the Baltimore County Agricultural Center and Farm Park. Most of your time would be spent in the office but you would need to be comfortable with working on a farm.

Responsibilities

  • – research agricultural equipment (particularly a early 20th century cider mill)
  • -help with a preliminary archaeology survey and summer camp
  • -researching Baltimore County farms 17th – early 20 century
  • -creating a farm interpretation plan

Requirements

  • – Pursuing a Bachelors Degree in American history, American studies, historic preservation, or museum studies
  • – Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • – Possess creativity and flexibility.
  • – Should be open-minded, a fast learner, enthusiastic, and adaptable.

Skills – Required – Microsoft Office, Research Skills

3. Agricultural Education Intern

Description: The Maryland Agricultural Resource Council (MARC) is a non-profit organization. Our mission is agricultural education. We provide events, programs, and workshops for the public on 149 acres. An education internship is available during the fall, spring, and/or summer. Hours are flexible. Occasional evening or Saturday/Sunday would be required. This is a non-paid internship. We are located at the Baltimore County Agricultural Center and Farm Park. Half of your time would be spent working in the office creating lesson plans and the other half would be teaching out on the farm. Ages would range from preschool to high school.

Responsibilities

  • – Help with our Sprouts program (Ages 0-5)
  • -Coordinate our summer farm camps
  • – Assist with School’s Day Out programs
  • – Scout programs and projects
  • – School field trips
  • -Occasional off-site lessons needed
  • -Skype lessons

Requirements

  • – Pursuing a Bachelors Degree in education – agricultural education or environmental science is a plus
  • – Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • – Possess creativity and flexibility.
  • – Should be open-minded, a fast learner, enthusiastic, and adaptable.

4. Marketing Intern

Description: The Maryland Agricultural Resource Council (MARC) is a non-profit organization. Our mission is agricultural education. We provide events, programs, and workshops for the public on 149 acres. A marketing internship is available during the fall, spring, and/or summer. Hours are flexible. Occasional evening or Saturday/Sunday would be required. This is a non-paid internship. We are located at the Baltimore County Agricultural Center and Farm Park. Although you would be spending most of your time in the office, you would need to be comfortable with being out on the farm.

Responsibilities

  • – Provide support to social media efforts to target new audiences. This will include Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
  • – Assist with events to promote the organization
  • – Garner company sponsorships for events
  • -Develop and maintain relationships with local businesses and organizations

Requirements

  • – Pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Marketing or other related field
  • – Possess excellent written and verbal communication and customer service skills.
  • – Possess creativity and flexibility.
  • – Should be open-minded, a fast learner, enthusiastic, and adaptable.

Skills – Required – Social Media, Microsoft Office

5. Videographer Intern

POSITION SUMMARY: create short videos to be viewed on Facebook or included with sponsor packages.  All filming would be done on the farm.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education and Experience

Working towards a degree in film, digital media, photography, or related field

Knowledge, Skills, Ability

  • Ability to create videos along with storyline
  • Knowledge of general marketing concepts and or graphic design would be a plus

Physical Requirements

  • Would need the equipment/software necessary to produce the video clips
  • Will need to provide your own laptop
  • A Baltimore County online background check is needed after acceptance of the position.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONSCreating a general video about the organization’s mission to be viewed by potential sponsors.  Also creating videos to support specific on-going projects.  Videos to be posted on the website, Facebook, and e-newsletter.

OTHER FUNCTIONSMay include occasionally working on a Saturday or Sunday.

AUTHORITY/ACCOUNTABILITYWill be under the supervision of Wes Jamison

Please contact Wes Jamison for more information