Center for Agriculture and Food Systems
The Center for Agriculture and Food Systems (CAFS) is currently seeking a program coordinator to contribute to CAFS's mission by providing administrative and technical assistance, faculty support, and general program support. This is a residential, full-time position, requiring a regular presence on campus. Duties include office management, assisting faculty with administrative support, contributing to grant reports, planning events, and contributing to food and agriculture law and policy projects that span the food system. This position is open until filled; learn more and apply here.
Housed within the Center for Agriculture and Food Systems (CAFS), the Food and Agricultural Law and Policy Clinic provides an experiential offering for students to work alongside and provide assistance to our food system partners. The Clinic is one of a handful of law and policy clinics in the country exclusively devoted to providing expertise and assistance to food system stakeholders across the globe. This position leads the Clinic and reports directly to the CAFS Director. In the Clinic, the Director and Professor identifies, connects with, and collaborates with project partners in need of law and policy assistance, and trains and guides students to provide this assistance. As an integral member of the CAFS team, the Director and Professor works closely with the other team members to help identify, oversee, and implement grant-funded law and policy projects focused on the food system. Applicants should have enthusiasm for working with law and masters’ students who are eager to learn practical skills.
The position is open until filled. Learn more and apply here.