Summer interns for 2018 have been hired! Thank you to all who applied. We will be recruiting for 2019 in the fall.
The Saratoga Farmers’ Market offers a dynamic summer internship to individuals looking to further their education and experience.
Learn how local businesses and community join together to make the farmers’ market a unique place. Interns play an important role in market functions, special events, social media, promotions, and much more. This is a diverse internship for individuals interested in food access, sustainability, writing and journalism, marketing, local business, agriculture, photography and art, and more (choose an area of focus). Attending the market on Wednesdays 3-6pm and Saturdays 9am-1pm is required, however, scheduling is flexible. This opportunity offers a stipend. Resumes and inquiries may be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Working at the market was an absolute joy. I learned a lot about seasonal foods and local growers, but best of all I got to know the amazing community that nourishes me! The farmers at the Saratoga Market are generous and kind and in exchange for my work as an intern I was fed delicious food and made many new friends. This was hands down my favorite summer job of all time.”
– Margot Reisner, Intern 2014
“Working at the Saratoga Farmers’ Market was an incredible experience! I learned so much about sustainable agriculture and the importance and value a farmers’ market has on strengthening a community socially and nutritionally. I met some incredible people and learned so much from my time at the market, it is truly an incredible place!”
– MacKenzie Klarsfeld, Intern 2015
“Working at the Farmers Market was an experience like nothing else. It strengthened my interested in farming by witnessing the amazing farmers each week who were passionate, intelligent, and successful in what they do. This internship is a great experience for those looking to be involved in strengthening their local food hub. The market was the highlight of my weeks and always a pleasure to be involved with!”
– Abby Zlotnick, Intern 2015
– Katie Doyle, Intern 2013