Get involved with the Student Farm!
We offer several avenues for students to learn and explore at the Student Farm. We offer a number of opportunities across a wide variety of programs; find out more about these programs here.
Students can participate at the Student Farm in the following capacities:
Students and community members can volunteer with many of our programs. There is no minimum time commitment for volunteers. Our capacity for volunteers varies by program.
Students can earn academic credit for their work at the farm; 30 hours of work earns students one unit. In addition to completing these hours, interns are required to complete reflective written work and check in regularly with an assigned mentor. Interns are encouraged to sign up well before the quarter begins.
We offer a number of student employment positions at the farm. Please visit our Employment page for more information on current and potential opportunities.
The Student Farm is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive learning environment. Students with a wide variety of backgrounds and interests are welcome and encouraged to become involved. No prior farming or gardening experience is required.
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Take a tour!
Our introductory tours provide a great chance for those interested in getting involved at the farm to learn more about how they can participate in what we do. We offer the following tours for those interested in internships at the Student Farm:
- May 14th, 2019 at 10:30 am and 11:15 am
Tour starts from the front entrance of Bowley Science Center near the Ecological Garden and last about 45 minutes.
If you would like to join the Student Farm as an intern or volunteer, please fill out our Interest Form. Someone will be in touch with you within a few business days.
If you have any questions, please contact us.