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Summer Internships 2017

Talk with Allyson ( if you’re interested  if any of these positions.

Farmers Market Coordinator

  • Intern this summer with the Mill City Farmer‘s Market and Campus Kitchen! Through this unique partnership, you have the opportunity to work 20 hours per week with Mill City Market and another 10-20 hours per week with Campus Kitchen! The work includes learning behind-the-scenes management of a farmers market, coordinating the weekly gleaning efforts that distribute produce to elders in Cedar-Riverside (Somali language skills helpful but not necessary!), and engaging in collaborative community food systems conversation and action. There’s freedom for the intern to define learning objectives based on the intern‘s own interests! Apply for the Mill City position here and talk with Allyson ( about the opportunity for a full-time summer job through this partnership!

Youth Education and Meals Coordinator

  • Lead weekly cooking and gardening classes with K-8 youth at the Brian Coyle Center! Prepare and serve daily lunch with the same youth using recovered dining hall food and fresh produce. Key skills: flexibility, creativity, on-the-spot thinking, attention to detail, organization and documentation, and an ability to build rapport with diverse youth. Comfort in a kitchen is helpful but can be learned on the job! Apply here!

Academic Internships

If you’re interested in setting up a for-credit internship, contact Allyson at or (612)-330-1624.


Campus Kitchen student leaders
CKAU student leaders at the 2015 Food Waste and Hunger Summit in Athens, GA.