Farmer Foodshare Donation Station Internships

Posted on Wednesday, January 30th, 2019 by Kristina Marie Gage under Home Page.

Join a team of UNCG interns and volunteers who reduce hunger! The Farmer Foodshare Donation Station at the Greensboro Farmer’s Curb Market is run year round by a dedicated group of UNCG students who connect people who grow food with people who need it through a local farmers market. Here’s how it works: customers donate produce to the Donation Station at the market, and we donate the collected produce to local hunger relief organizations. The farmers make some extra sales and the food gets out to folks who need it – everyone wins! To apply for this internship please email a resume to Wes Sexton at by Friday Feb. 8, 2019.


  1. Manage Donation Station on Saturdays (7:00am-12:30pm) 2x/month (0-6 hrs/week) *Must have transportation and be able to list up to 40 pounds
  2. Recruit and supervise Donation Station volunteers (0-1 hr/week)
  3. Complete a creative project of your choice (e.g. host a kid’s event at a market, design marketing, make a video, etc.) (0-3 hrs/week)


  1. Interest in food insecurity, nutrition, and community food systems
  2. Detail-oriented, dedicated, timely, and responsible
  3. Excellent communication skills, including conversation with strangers
  4. Morning person!


  1. Structured resume-building experience with a respected NC non-profit
  2. Possible course credit or service-learning hours (up to you to arrange)
  3. Networking and mentorship opportunities in local food systems, food security, agriculture, public health, nutrition, and education


  • We have 3 available positions for Spring 2019
  • Internship location would be at the Greensboro Farmer’s Curb Market on 501 Yanceyville Street