The New Roots program of the International Rescue Committee in Seattle (IRC) supports refugee, immigrant, and low-income residents of South King County in improving individual and family health outcomes by providing access to land to grow food and offering garden-based and classroom-based workshops and classes on food systems navigation and nutrition. With 155 garden plots in South King County, WA, the New Roots programs helps individuals and families reconnect to land and increase their access to fresh and culturally relevant food in a safe and community-centered outdoor environment. Applications will be reviewed in the order in which they are received with interviews taking place until placement is filled. Preferred experience working with socially disadvantaged populations, and refugee, immigrant, and non-native English speaking populations. Strong knowledge of food systems, diet, and/or nutritional health strongly preferred.
Permits attendance at school during off hours , Car recommended , Permits working at another job during off hours . Service Areas :
Education , Community and Economic Development , Community Outreach , Hunger , Health , Children/Youth . Skills :
Teaching/Tutoring , Writing/Editing , Computers/Technology , Community Organization , Team Work , General Skills , Education .
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