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May 4, 2014
Search for New Boston Food Justice YAV Site Coordinator
BOSTON YAV SITE COORDINATOR
Our Board seeks a qualified site coordinator whose combination of knowledge and experience with food justice issues is informed by faith and action. Our ideal candidate
will have supervisory and mentoring experience, community organizing and advocacy background, and academic work in areas related to food justice and sustainable living.
Experience living in a faith community is also preferred.
The position begins August 1 with our 2014-2015 group of YAVs arriving at the end of August. Our program year runs September 1-August 31 and is now in its very successful first year with a program of 4 sites and 4 volunteers. Each site is a partnership between a congregation in the Presbytery of Boston and a food related project or agency in each church’s community. Volunteers work equally with the church and agency.
The position is open until filled but preference will be given to applications received by June 1, 2014.
Please email all applications to:
For further inquiries and information about the position, call Beverly Shank at 781-249-1752.