InternshipInterns can choose from the following areas of specialization: nutrition, permaculture, entrepreneurship, education, or non-profit or business development.
OrganizationThis unique non-profit startup promotes Israeli ingenuity and Jewish tradition through the entrepreneurial venture of hydroponic farming in schools and youth villages. Utilizing the latest technology, students learn to think and experiment like an entrepreneur. The startup engages students in the process of food production from seed to compost. Through a holistic curriculum, students develop a greater understanding of healthy eating as well as the impact of food production.
QualificationsAt least second year of college study in:
* business development
* non-profit management
Relevant work experience a plus