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Opportunities at the CUNY Urban Food Policy Institute

 

Employment at the institute

Currently there are no openings at the Institute, please check back again.


GOOD FOOD JOBS TRAINING PROGRAM

The Good Food Jobs Training Program is a paid culinary and workforce training that prepares participants for entry level employment in the healthy food sector. We are currently recruiting individuals aged 17-24 who are not working or in school to be part of this program! The program includes: 6 weeks of paid training, paid internship, job placement assistance, and assistance with obtaining a Food Protection Certificate. Apply online here: https://goo.gl/forms/17guj8p0arbC1V2x1. For more information, contact Charita Johnson James at charita.johnson@sph.cuny.edu or 646-364-9572.

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Fellowship Programs

Our fellowship programs provide funding for CUNY faculty and students to spend one or two semesters at the Institute, during which senior faculty will assist them in developing research projects and proposals, or they can contribute to existing work of Institute faculty and staff.

Our Doctoral Student Fellowship Program launched in Fall 2016. Students are invited to apply to receive a stipend to participate in Institute research projects or to develop a dissertation research project of their own, with the support of Institute faculty and staff.


ongoing Fieldwork and Research Opportunities

We welcome graduate students who wish to pursue fieldwork placements, capstone projects, Masters essays, or dissertation projects in food policy or food justice. Our institute can provide a home for food policy research conducted by CUNY students as well as students from institutions across the city and the world. Stipends are often available.

If you would like to learn more about conducting research with us, write to us at urbanfoodpolicy@sph.cuny.edu


Partner Employment Opportunities

Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation (Restoration) is hiring a Program Coordinator, Center for Healthy Neighborhoods. More information and details here.

Email urbanfoodpolicy@sph.cuny.edu to have your organization’s opportunity posted here.