Volunteer with CEFS
Looking to get your hands dirty, learn new skills, or help with the behind-the-scenes work that makes all of our great programs, activities, and events run smoothly? Check out our volunteer opportunities below!
CEFS Administration (Raleigh)
Volunteer opportunity at CEFS’ main administrative office at NC State University. We do a little bit of everything, so if you are not sure where to plug into CEFS, you can jump in with us. Tasks include putting together new employee guides, updating database information, organizing supplies, taking inventory, filing, stuffing envelopes, researching new opportunities for CEFS and helping with events. Good opportunity for someone thinking about a career with CEFS. Please contact email@example.com if interested.
Volunteer opportunity at CEFS’ administrative office at NC State University. Tasks include creating fliers, buttons, kid-friendly projects and games, stickers, nametags, and shirts. Good opportunity for a creative person who enjoys hands-on projects. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
NC State Agroecology Education Farm (Raleigh)
Get your hands dirty! Stop by on our regular volunteer days: Monday and Wednesday, 3 pm to dusk.
Bring a club or group to visit or volunteer at the farm. We welcome groups for tours or service learning projects. Visit the Agroecology Education Farm website for more information or contact Farm Manager Alison Reeves at (919) 513-0085 or email@example.com .
Food Youth Initiative (Various locations)
Do you want to support Food Youth Initiative through volunteering? We have a few opportunities.
Volunteer at one of the Food Youth Initiative partner youth groups.
Volunteer at the next Food Youth Initiative summer gathering: We encourage young adults and those seeking professional development in food systems and equity work to volunteer.
Small Farm Unit at CEFS’ Field Research and Outreach Facility (Goldsboro)
The Small Farm Unit welcomes weekly volunteers! Help with day-to-day farm tasks including transplanting, weeding, harvesting, and more. Volunteers should wear closed-toe shoes and come prepared for working in the hot sun (ie sunscreen, hat, water, etc). All ages are welcome, but please note the presence of bees and fire ants at the farm – people with allergies are advised to take caution. Please use the link to sign up if interested. For more information please contact Small Farm Unit Farm Manager Leeanna Bunch at firstname.lastname@example.org.