MARC is always looking for potential interns.

Roles may include, but are not limited to:

Marketing/Web Management:

  • Social Media
    • Take, edit and post pictures, news, and video to Instagram, Twitter, Facebook
    • Website management
      • Putting programs online
      • Updating calendar
      • Online Ticketing System (Xola)
        • Setting up programs
        • Troubleshooting issues
    • Mass emailing
      • Newsletter
      • Program Updates


  • Phones when a volunteer is not in the office
  • Paperwork – small tasks such as donor communications, filing, stage requests…
  • Program management (Xola)
    • Setting up programs for ticket management service – troubleshooting customer issues

Program/Event Management:

  • Developing relationships to implement programs (speakers, demonstrations, workshops…)
  • Sourcing partners to help fund or implement
  • Audience development – partnerships
  • Any and all tasks related to helping our programs run – online management as well as helping program leaders get set up and implement programs

“Trail Blazer” Project:

  • Setting up signs across the park to coordinate with information on the website so that attendees can learn about agriculture, and what’s going on on our farm

Soil Conservation Video Project:

  • Create educational video about soil conservation, waterway project which is currently ongoing

A program of your choice!

  • If you’re interested an agriculture-related program, please let us know, and if it fits within the mission, we’ll do everything in our power to make it happen.

If you are interested in any of these responsibilities, please send a note and a resume to us at



The Mission of MARC is to enhance the rural economy and foster conservation of agricultural and natural resources through educational and technical services.

To further that mission, MARC organizes two weeks of camp for 8-12 year olds

Farm Camp sows the seeds of responsibility, respect, community, and stewardship. Participants expect to have a hands-on farm experience learning about planting and harvesting vegetables, bees and honey, bunnies, goats, horses, feeding and caring for animals, farm equipment and more. While there is a focus on farming, campers will also have a well-rounded camp experience participating in activities like arts and crafts, games and nature exploration.

Farm Camp Director Responsibilities/Duties:

  • Responsibility is to lead two week-long sessions of farm camp as well as planning theme camps, leading tours, and working in our gardens and farmyard. Campers come from a variety of backgrounds and ages (8-13years).  Camps should focus on daily farm chores, hands-on nature exploration, garden and cooking activities, and camp favorites such as songs, games, and crafts.
  • Amongst specific duties, the Camp Director is responsible for creating a cooperative, supportive, and educational working environment with other interns and farm staff.
  • Creation of hands-on education about agriculture, local habitats, and the value of manual labor.
  • It is imperative to create an intellectually challenging experience for farm campers in which campers

Required Experience:

  • Experience with animals such as chickens, goats, sheep, horses, and bees is preferred.
  • The Director should possess significant experience in the production and implementation of youth programs – Ag-education experience preferred.
  • Preferred: Experience with current hi-tech and computers used in growing healthy crops and growing healthy  livestock, soil testing, drones on farms and ranches
  • Preferred: The Director should possess an understanding of modern food systems and how sustainable agriculture, the consumption of locally grown food, and responsible land use can support a healthy society.

If you are interested in this position, please send a resume to