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Internships & Job Postings

The CCCD provides annual internship opportunities that give undergraduate and graduate students practical, hands-on experience in conservation, agriculture, local food systems, and more.


Past CCCD internships have focused on:

  • Soil Health

  • Water Quality

  • Wildlife

  • Farm Viability

  • Resource conservation & planning

  • Education 

  • Evaluation & Outreach 

  • Event planning & management 

In addition to posting internships based on the needs of the District from year-to-year, we also welcome new ideas. If you have an internship idea you believe will serve your educational goals and objectives while also supporting the programs and mission of CCCD, we would love to discuss! Contact us!

Summer Internship:
(No Longer Accepting Applications)

Agriculture and Food Access Internship

The summer 2022 Agriculture and Food Access: Education and Engagement internship will focus on supporting CCCD’s involvement in The Granite State Market Match Program (GSMM) and will work with CCCD staff and The Frost Free Library Staff to expand the seed lending library program.

GSMM is a program that doubles SNAP dollars (also referred to as “food stamps”) when spent at participating Farmers’ Markets, CSAs, and Farm stands in the County (currently 12 locations). Intern will work collaboratively with CCCD staff, Frost Free Library staff, and will have the opportunity to collaborate with other CCCD partners as well.

Click here to read the full internship description and how to apply!