Applications for our Grassroots Organizing Fellow are open until March 25.

[Michigan State University Center for Regional Food Systems]<>

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Join the CRFS team!

The Grassroots Organizing Fellow will lead training and technical assistance on community organizing and support relationship-building in local food council and food policy projects.

The Center for Regional Food Systems (CRFS) at Michigan State University (MSU) is seeking a full-time, fixed-term Grassroots Organizing Fellow.

We are looking for a relationship-driven, resourceful, and self-motivated candidate to bring creative vision and add capacity to support and shape local food council and food policy work in Michigan.

This person will work with two initiatives: the Michigan Local Food Council Network<> (MLFCN) and the Michigan Good Food Charter<> (Charter). Together, the MLFCN and the Charter provide a foundation for food policy that supports healthy people, thriving economies, sustainable ecosystems, and an equitable society.

The ideal candidate will have at least five years of community organizing and partnership/coalition development experience in a professional or volunteer setting and demonstrated experience working with multicultural and diverse populations.

Find the full position description<> on our website and on the MSU Careers Portal<> (posting #764065). Applications will be accepted until Friday, March 25, 2022 at 11:55 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.

Questions about the position or search process should be directed to Kolia Souza, Food Systems Equity & Advocacy Specialist, at [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>.

Visit<> to learn more about the Center for Regional Food Systems.


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MSU Center for Regional Food Systems (@MSUCRFS) is #hiring a Grassroots Organizing Fellow to support community organizing and relationship-building in local food council and #FoodPolicy projects in Michigan. Learn more and apply by March 25!<>
Vicki Morrone
Organic farming specialist and Beginning Farmer Educator
Center for Regional Food Systems
Dept of Community Sustainability
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Mi 48824
517-282-3557 cell
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