About the DIG Program
DIG is a youth-driven, urban farming and leadership development program. This program is available to high school students and recent high school grads. The DIG crew work together to accomplish meaningful work that impacts their community, such as managing the market garden and farm stand, participating in workshops, cooking healthy meals for one another, fighting for food justice, and engaging in leadership and team building activities.
The DIG program runs Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, which alternates between a market day and a farm day; the commitment is about 10-12 hours per week. Each youth member is paid a competitive wage for their work at SEEDS and has opportunities to cultivate their own farm space to bring produce to market or take home to their family.
If you are a youth currently enrolled in high school or are post-high school not currently enrolled in a higher education program, check out the DIG Full Job Description!
If you are interested in applying to be a part of our Fall 2019 DIG crew, click the link below. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Download the application and email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org.