Job Openings

Thank you for your interest in working with Organic Growers School. Please see our job listings below.

Our Commitment to Social Justice

Our Commitment to Social Justice

Organic Growers School seeks to transform the food system into one that truly serves the needs of all communities, creating social and environmental ecosystems that thrive by empowering people to farm, garden, and live organically. We recognize that in order to reach this vision, it is necessary to understand the impact that historical oppression and systemic racism have had on the food system.

We are committed to prioritizing social justice and inclusiveness within all of our operations. We define diversity in terms of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, culture, socioeconomic status, personality, ability, education, geographic region, age, experience, values, politics, appearance, religion, mental health, and immigration status.

We recognize that we have made mistakes in the past, and that there is a lot of work ahead of us. We commit to the on-going work through trainings, relationship building, partnerships, and program development, to dismantle social injustice in OGS and in the food system for the ultimate goal of food justice for all.

Sustainability Consulting Support (Internship)

Sustainability Consulting Support (Internship)

Timeline: February to May 2020
Start Date: Anytime in that window
Hours per week: 10-ish hours per week

Description: A unique opportunity for hands-on, practical, real-world exposure to site design, land planning, and all aspects of sustainability coaching. The Sustainability Consulting Support internship position will support, assist, and shadow our Sustainability Coach & Consultant, Brandon Greenstein, at garden, yard, homestead, and farm projects in the WNC region. This support position is an opportunity to learn permaculture, land-based systems, water and power engineering, construction, gardening, and many more stills. This will pave the way to improving your own farm or homestead or to work in any of these fields more effectively. You will learn to think critically, design ecologically and holistically, relate to others deeply, and work at creating regenerative and resilient culture. Learn more about our Sustainability Consulting program here and more about our coaches here.

Tasks encompass the following:

  • Attend site visits weekly with Sustainability Consultant, Brandon Greenstein
  • Provide written reports and photographs of site visits

Must have the following criteria:

  • Strong interest and experience in organic growing, homesteading, or farming
  • Reliable transportation
  • Experience working in collaboration with others
  • Good customer service, communication, and people skills
  • Very organized and able to meet deadlines
  • Computer literate.
  • Critical thinking, design, and planning experience a plus.
  • Training in permaculture or other land-based design systems a plus.


  • Immense land-based learning opportunity.
  • Access to all OGS 1-2 day programs happening during 2019.
  • Access to all site consults.
  • Letter of recommendation and/or job referral.

Please let us know if you are interested in this program by sending an email to