Are you over 18, a legal United State resident, and a high school graduate (or have a GED)? Are you interested in food, agriculture, community organizing, education, health, and public service? Are you not yet firmly established in a career? Do you have an entire year to dedicate to the food movement? If this sounds like you, or someone you know, take a look at this video from FoodCorps.

If the video has caught your attention, head over to FoodCorps Application page and read the entire page to find out the details of this program including who is eligible, the terms and duration of service, the stipend and benefits (insurance, student loan forbearance and more), and other important information.

From FoodCorps About page: FoodCorps is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in New York City. It was developed through a yearlong planning process facilitated by the National Farm to School Network, a joint program of the Center for Food and Justice at Occidental College and the Community Food Security Coalition. FoodCorps is led by Curt Ellis (filmmaker, King Corn), Cecily Upton (formerly Slow Food USA), Crissie McMullan (National Center for Appropriate Technology), Jerusha Klemperer (Slow Food USA), Debra Eschmeyer (National Farm to School Network), and Ian Cheney (Wicked Delicate). 

Robin Shreeves ( @rshreeves ) focuses on food from a family perspective from her home base in New Jersey.