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If you share the same ideals, then you might want to consider a job with Cultivating Community—they're hiring right now.

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Community Leasing Consultant
Gaithersburg, MD
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Senior Mission Outreach Specialist
Chantilly, VA
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Program Outreach Specialist
Chantilly, VA
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Membership Email Production Professional
Arlington, VA
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Case Manager (Bilingual)
Gaithersburg, MD
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Associate - HUD Homelessness TA (Location Flexible)
Rockville, MD
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Clinical Adjunct Nursing Faculty-Middletown Campus
Ashburn, VA
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Clinical Adjunct Nursing Faculty-Fauquier Campus
Ashburn, VA
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Clinical Coordination Specialist
Vienna, VA
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Case Manager (Bilingual)
Montgomery Village, MD
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Agriculture has done a lot for us over the past few millennia. It’s by far the biggest development in the history of our species, as it’s pushed us forward into all kinds of other technological advances. Sadly, most of us have left agriculture behind—we couldn’t possibly feed ourselves without supermarkets and restaurants. That’s not really a problem, but it’s still a bit disheartening. Luckily, there are some non-profit organizations out there like Portland, ME based Cultivating Community that are using agriculture to enact positive change. Cultivating Community, for example, grows “tens of thousands of pounds of organic produce with and for people with low incomes” while using “community food work as a platform for youth empowerment programs.” It almost sounds too good to be true.

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What’s really interesting about Cultivating Community is the fact that their tagline is “Feeding our hungry. Empowering our youth. Healing our planet.” They’re killing three birds with one stone, and it’s all based on simple agricultural practices. Small farms and gardens can play a huge role in our communities if we let them. Cultivating Community is pushing to make this happen. If you share the same ideals, then you might want to consider a job with Cultivating Community. Although their Jobs page doesn’t show anything, you will find one opening if you check out their job postings on Idealist. They’re looking for a Refugee Farmer Specialist. You can apply by sending a résumé and cover letter by Thursday January 7th, 2009 to amy@cultivatingcommunity.org. It sounds like a pretty cool opportunity.

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