Volunteers are those who help with various tasks in the Garden, like gardening, watering, housekeeping, office duties, open hours, and reading to children.
Interns commit to a set schedule every week with a minimum of 2 hours for the summer/winter/spring. They have goals, build skills, and work on projects designed with Garden staff. We coordinate with COS and WHCC if you are enrolled in a class, but this is not a requirement for an internship. We are currently looking for interns in marketing, education, horticulture (plants and gardening), art, and office management.
We are currently accepting applications for our winter & spring internships. Email Maryse at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know if you are interested in office manager, horticulture, creative arts, marketing, or education. These unique opportunities are instructive, memorable, and fun!