Work With Us
Quivira Coalition occasionally hosts interns, often for summer projects and occasionally for longer-term projects. The projects are intended to increase the intern’s intellectual and experiential capacity around regenerative agriculture, soil health, land management, and conservation. In order to participate in an internship with the Quivira Coalition, the individual must be enrolled in either an academic program or a non-profit experiential education program.
We have several potential projects that can be in-person in NM or remote and range widely in topics.
- Build workshop curriculum for producers and technical service providers
- Develop annotated bibliography of best practices for teaching/facilitating producers and technical service providers
- Outreach with students/teachers
- Build technical capacity for producers through outreach with non-profits and agencies
- Conduct field ecology research on organic amendments in dry rangelands
- Connecting with producers at farmers markets and other community sites around distribution and meat processing
- Compiling narratives of case studies of on-farm activities or economic analyses.
All interns will be asked to explicitly incorporate diversity, equity, and inclusion into their activities.
There is no funding available for relocation expenses but we ensure that all internships are funded; specifics are determined on a case-by-case basis based on experience, housing needs, co-funding through another institution, and other factors.
Please fill out the form below and we will get back to you about your application shortly. If you have any questions, contact Eva Sticker, eva [at] quiviracoalition dot org. Thanks for your interest!