New York Agricultural Education, FFA, and Agriculture in the Classroom have a long history of creating lasting impacts in our youth and workforce development for New York’s leading industry – agriculture. The Agricultural Education program at CALS is growing, and we are welcoming applications for a new Urban Agriculture in the Classroom Educator. The new position will aid in the creation of new professional development opportunities in food and agriculture for grades Pre-K through 12 in the underserved NYC boroughs.
Urban Agriculture in the Classroom Educator
The School of Integrated Plant Science seeks an Agriculture in the Classroom Educator to join the Agricultural Outreach and Education Team at Cornell University. They will assist with statewide programs to expand the reach of New York Agriculture in the Classroom through facilitation of educator workshops, program implementation, and workshop planning. The position will require program and workshop development, clerical work, communication with teachers and program partners, processing training registrations, and regular evaluation and reporting. The Agriculture in the Classroom Educator will also work to build community and networks in their region for the hope of educator collaboration and access to resources.
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- Apply for the Urban Agriculture in the Classroom Educator Position
Please reach out to Katie Carpenter with questions about this position.
Position closes on 2/21/2023.