Internships & Employment
Working with Us
Interns welcome!

Seasonal Workers

Green Gate Farms is seeking part-time seasonal workers to assist with fast-paced tasks that include planting, harvesting, and weeding of vegetables and flowers in field and hoophouses at our Austin and Bastrop farms in all weather.


Ideal candidates for this position should be fit and able to lift 50 lbs. Work begins immediately. Flexible schedule. Pay based upon experience.

Internships

Each year we offer several Internships opportunities each semester. Interns are an integral part of our programming.


Ideal candidates are mature, good-humored and flexible. You do not have to have farming or gardening experience, just be a person who takes the initiative to jump in as needed. All interns help design their jobs/goals and report directly to the farm co-founders. Interns are compensated with food and flowers, glowing references, and are considered for employment as positions become available.

We’re currently seeking 
interns to help with:
- Communications: Web Development, Reporter, Social Media, Graphic Design, Film,...
- Special Events and Fundraising
- Climate Action and Farmland Preservation
- Food Justice and Community Engagement
- Farm-Based Education
- Bergstrom History Project
- Researcher

We expect you to abide by Covid stipulations as needed when working on the farm. While some tasks can be done remotely, you should plan on being at our historic east Austin farm (8310 Canoga Ave., Austin 78724) most of the time.

Please send your resume with a cover letter explaining your 1)internship goals, 2) hours you are available to work each week and 3) length of internship to info@greengatefarms.net. We will respond within one week. In the meantime, we encourage you to visit the farm, either by volunteering or shopping at the farm stand on Saturday mornings.

Community Organizers

Thank you for your interest in becoming a Community Organizer! Community Organizers (CO) play a critical role because we depend upon you to extend the reach of our farm.


This season is different from most because, unlike the past 15 years, we are not having our CSA program. (All of our energies are currently focused on farmland preservation and infrastructure challenges.)

Community Organizers are needed to help with farm programming, including:

  • Leading farm tours on Saturday mornings at noon
  • Helping with farm-based education activities
  • Assisting with marketing
  • Guiding volunteers
  • Supporting our partners, like Black Women In Business