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Chloe Zelkha


Chloe Zelkha

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For media inquiries or if you are a college journalist, please contact Communications & Marketing Manager Alice Poltorick at 781-259-8621 x30 or [email protected]

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Genea Foster


Massachusetts Promise Fellow

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For media inquiries or if you are a college journalist, please contact Communications Manager Charu Gupta.

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Youth Programs Operations Manager

Youth Programs Operations Manager

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Who We Are

Youth. Food. Community. Three important issues that intersect in one place: The Food Project. From our urban farms to our national college campaign, we bring together youth and adults from diverse backgrounds who work together to build local and sustainable food systems.

The Food Project's nationally recognized Youth Programs combine agriculture, enterprise, and service to create a rigorous, practical, and integrated experience. Teenagers from Greater Boston and the North Shore of eastern Massachusetts cultivate our urban and suburban farmland, participate in workshops, work with local hunger relief organizations, lead volunteers in the fields, and endeavor to expand community food access.

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FAO Schwarz Family Foundation Fellowship

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Who We Are

Youth. Food. Community. Three important issues that intersect in one place: The Food Project. From our urban farms to our national college campaign, we bring together youth and adults from diverse backgrounds who work together to build local and sustainable food systems.

The Food Project's nationally recognized Youth Programs combine agriculture, enterprise, and service to create a rigorous, practical, and integrated experience. Teenagers from greater Boston and the North Shore of eastern Massachusetts cultivate our urban and suburban farmland, participate in workshops, work with local hunger relief organizations, lead volunteers in the fields, and endeavor to expand community food access.

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Director of Youth Programs

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See Bruce Springsteen in Concert and Support The Food Project!

THE AUCTION HAS CLOSED! THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO SUBMITTED BIDS!

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are coming back to Boston on their “Wrecking Ball” tour – and Bruce has generously donated tickets to The Food Project for us to sell! We are auctioning two pairs of tickets for the sold-out March 26 show at the TD Garden. These are great seats – they’re located in the loge section (first tier above the floor) within the first five rows, either to the left or right of the stage. The winners will also have the option of choosing to stand in the pit. Along with the tickets, auction winners also get two passes to the E-Street Lounge, an exclusive preshow gathering where you can relax with a drink before the music gets going.

This is a great way to see a rock music icon, live and up close, while supporting The Food Project.

You can submit your bid directly on this page!

Here are all the rules for this auction:

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Orchard Coordinator

This position has been filled. Thank you for your interest in working at The Food Project. For additional job listings, please visit our jobs page.


Director of Community Programs

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SYP Paperwork for Metro Boston

Hello 2011 Metro Boston SYP Crew Workers!

Below you will find links to download all the paperwork you will need to fill out and mail back to us so you can work with us this summer. You should only download these files if you have not yet received your paperwork packet or if you lost any of the documents.

If you have any questions on any of these pieces of paperwork, please email [email protected]

 

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Grants Manager

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