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Community Update                                                                                 November 2016    
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Farm School NYC Certificate Programs Returns
Farm School NYC’s certificate program is back after a two-year hiatus – our first course starts this week! 
In fact, Farm School NYC now has two certificate programs, thanks to a three-year USDA Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program grant that we received this summer -- our regular Certificate in Urban Agriculture and our new Accelerated Certificate in Urban Agriculture in partnership with The Youth Farm. The Accelerated Certificate program was created in response to past students’ interest in doing their immersive apprenticeship at the same time as their core coursework, as opposed to waiting until the second year of the certificate program. This expedited and immersive 660-hour, season-long training program will allow highly motivated students to take:
  • The Youth Farm’s 20+ hands-on workshops, refined over the last five years through the Youth Farm’s respected Urban Farm Training Program,  
  • Farm School NYC’s Food Justice, Botany, Training of Trainers and Seminar courses 
  •  Additional workshops and gatherings.  

Earlier this month at Orientation, we welcomed 12 students in the Accelerated Program and 25 in our regular program.  Catch a quick glimpse of them here. You’ll meet them soon at the Winter Farmraiser on Monday, December 12 at 61 Local.  Spread the word and be our guest!

Winter Farmraiser
Just a regular night at 61 Local Public House... with BK Farmyards behind the bar and taking over the menu! This year BK Farmyards is cohosting this end-of-season celebration with  Farm School NYC ,  which is relaunching its Certificate program! So, join us one and all for a fun night of reminiscing on the season over a cold one and some yummy comfort food. We promise a great playlist and a slideshow. Get some holiday shopping done at a mini holiday market featuring other urban farms' value added products, too! Tips and food purchases to benefit The Youth Farm.

Heritage Radio Internship 
Heritage Radio Network is a grassroots, action-oriented non-profit Internet radio station focused on creating a food world that is more sustainable, equitable and delicious. Here's your chance to join this amazing food focused organization! Heritage Radio Network is seeking development and editorial interns for winter 2017. 
  Development Intern
  • Six-month internship,15 hours weekly (2 days per week)
  • Begins mid-September 
  • This position is unpaid, but can be applied towards school credit
  • Researching prospective major donors 
  • Assist in editing grant proposals, reports, and stewardship pieces 
  • Maintain donor records and data hygiene in donor database
  • Click here for more information
Editorial Intern
  • Six-month internship,15 hours weekly (2 days per week)
  • Begins mid-September 
  • This position is unpaid, but can be applied towards school credit.
  • Write and produce radio stories 
  • Transcribe interviews for scripts
  • Curate Heritage Radio Network content through the web, written features and promotions
  • Click here for more information
Upcoming Events 
Don't miss these awesome events this month! Click on the event name for more information
Tue, November 29, 11:00am-12:00pm
@Wave Hill West 249th & Independence St

Tue, November 29, 6:00am-8:00pm
@The New School Orozco Room, Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall 66 West 

Sat, December 3, 11:00am-1:00pm 
@St. Mary Recreation Center St. Ann's Avenue & 145th Street

Wed, November 30, 7:00pm-9:00pm
@Repair the World 808 Nostrand Avenue
Job & Opportunities
Click on the job title for more information and to apply 
Senior Marketing Manager , National Gourmet Institute 
Associate Professor of Food Policy, NYU Steinhardt School
General Manager, Bluestone Lane
Vegetable Production Apprentice, McEnroe Organic Farm  
Public Relations Associate, The Institute of Culinary Education
Farm School NYC | 114 West 47th Street, Suite C1-35, New York, NY 10036 info@farmschoolnyc.org