The Lyson Center has a growing number of projects in which students and others may get involved. These projects could be short-term (a few hours) or longer-term (up to 6 months). We operate on a very small budget, and therefore most opportunities are unpaid, except through a college's work-study or intern program. However, we do offer professional development opportunities, such as learning a new skill and networking with others in the food movement. 

Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you are interested in any of the opportunities below. In all three cases, knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Creative Suite, Joomla, and/or WordPress is helpful. Excellent communications skills are essential.

WORK-STUDY 

For a college student who has received a Federal Work-Study award. This position typically includes 5 to 10 paid work each week during school semesters.

VOLUNTEER

For non-work-study eligible individuals, or who seek an opportunity to spend a few hours a week or month doing data entry, graphic arts, or website development. 

INTERN

Generally for a student or young professional looking for a more in-depth experience working with JAFSCD or NAFSN as an editor, social networker, or doing other program-related work.

Progressive Agriculture Ranking (PAR)

Ranking of how progressive farm communities are in all 50 states.

Details forthcoming

 

Donate to the Lyson Center

We appreciate your donation in any amount to further the Lyson Center's work. Give securely at the Lyson Center's donation page at our parent organization, the Center for Transformative Action.