"While I was at SPACE, I was able to be a part of something bigger than myself, and give to a truly unique place. I cultivated over fifty personal relationships with working artists and professionals. I learned to cook healthy, nourishing meals, how to conduct nonprofit grant research, and just how many weeds you need to pull to recover a secret garden."
- Mason Hensley, 2015 Intern
SPACE is currently seeking applications for the following positions:
SPACE on Ryder Farm is seeking experienced Chefs to join the team for our 2018 season, which runs June through October. Resident Chefs work a minimum of two consecutive weeks, preparing three farm-to-table meals daily for residents and staff and utilizing seasonal produce from Ryder Farm and other local purveyors. Click here to learn more.
We’d love for you to join us on the farm! Volunteer responsibilities may include, but are not be limited to:
Rehabilitating and maintaining Ryder Farm’s outdoor landscape and historic structures through committed long-term projects
Assisting with the execution of SPACE’s community events, specifically our Seasonal Suppers and the Sharing SPACE series
Providing administrative support
Why volunteer for SPACE?
A SPACE volunteer can expect to gain valuable work experience, connect with a community of artists, innovators and farmers and enjoy farm-fresh fare sourced from Ryder Farm. The volunteer experience can be tailored to all shapes and sizes. Whether you’re looking to broaden your knowledge of artists and the artistic community, dig into the soil, wield a hammer or understand more 3-dimensionally the business of running a non-profit organization, SPACE offers something for everyone. Additionally, volunteering at SPACE could satisfy community service requirements from your local High School.
Who are we looking for?
SPACE seeks motivated, flexible, generous and resourceful individuals who possess a positive attitude and are not afraid of hard work.