The Manager of Volunteers position directs individual and group volunteer activities and outreach efforts in all Gateway Greening programs. They are responsible for communicating with volunteers, scheduling, logistics and follow-up. This position facilitates internships, practicum applicants and volunteer events. They establish new individual and corporate volunteer outreach programs. This position tracks all hours and leads volunteer recognition efforts.
The Farm Manager oversees all aspects of the Gateway Greening Urban Farm, including staff supervision, agricultural management, program oversight & development, budget & grant administration, curriculum development & implementation and direct service to program participants. Much of the work in the growing season is outdoors with indoor work occurring in the winter months.
Gateway Greening educates and empowers people to strengthen their communities through gardening and urban agriculture.
The Youth Program Educators develop and implement Gateway Greening’s Seed to STEM program at flagship school gardens. They plan and deliver environmental science garden-based lessons as well as support teachers and school communities to ensure that school gardens' educational potential is realized. They provides professional development training for teachers, acts as a resource for teachers, and is an essential team member in the garden development process.