We’re looking for a part-time summer counselor to help mentor, lead, and build relationships with our students for this coming summer. This position will provide a “real world” exploration opportunity in the field of education and youth development. The internship will include assisting in the mentorship of high school students (ages 15-18) who are active participants in GRuB School for the summer program. Working in a team of staff, this position →
FIG (Food Investment Gardens) is a new GRuB pilot program in 2014. After 20 years of building gardens with low-income families through the Kitchen Garden Project, we now want to expand our reach in Thurston County to build gardens for people at all income levels. What you pay for your FIG will support GRuB programs, including the KGP. →
If you are a student at South Sound High School or Capital High School, you could be eligible to apply for a position with GRuB School. Students participate in this year-long program beginning in the summer and earn school credits, an educational award for leading farm and community work, and learn leadership and life skills. The deadline to apply is Wednesday, April 30th. Get the more information and details on how to apply here. →
One of the dangers of having a holistic program that integrates the fields of education, sustainability, agriculture, social justice, and community-building is that even our most devoted fans sometimes get a little confused about what exactly it is that we do. Through our partnership with the Giving Library, our fabulous Executive Director, Katie Rains, explains it all in this series of short videos.