Graduate Assistantships in EE and Food Justice


Graduate Assistantships in EE and Food Justice

Hi, EE friends. Please spread the word about newly established Antioch graduate school funding opportunities for the 2024–2025 school year (fall-summer).

Four (4) year-long (with potential for longer) Antioch University New England Graduate Student Assistantships available for new students joining our learning community in Fall 2024. Each recipient serves as a Co-Coordinator of Community Garden Connections throughout their graduate studies. Learn more about Community Garden Connections > 

Apply for Antioch's MS degree in Environmental Studies with an EE concentration, particularly if you're also interested in food justice, culturally responsive evaluation, justice education and/or community engagement. 

Community Garden Connections is a fantastic foundation for professional careers, applied learning and joining a special learning community committed to social justice and making positive change happen. Antioch graduates who've worked with CGC have secured leadership and environmental educator positions (e.g., Climate Generation, NOFA Vermont), served as garden educators, farmers and sustainability coordinators in K–16 schools plus so much more. Tuition remission, living wage position at 20hrs/week, plus professional development support. Folx can email me directly if interested: Join us! 

Libby McCann, PhD She/Her/Hers

Faculty & Director, Environmental Education

Environmental Studies, Antioch University New England (Keene, NH)