Wednesday, March 15, 2023

Berkeley Food Institute. Job Opportunities. March 2023


BFI Opportunities




Agroecology and Wellness Coordinator    
Berkeley, CA | Full Time | $65,000 - $75,000 annually
The Agroecology and Wellness Coordinator will integrate and promote these two principles through their work, providing student mentorship, coordination, administration, and logistical support for all campus gardens and their supporting departments, and while bolstering their role as sites of research, education, student wellness, and food production.

Final deadline to apply is March 15
See position details here.


Food Systems Career Fair: Planting Seeds of Connection & Transformation
March 17, 2-5 pm | In Person | Free to Attend
We invite students at any point in their academic journey to learn about pathways to create change in food systems. Building a sustainable future requires interdisciplinary voices, so we have invited employers ranging from technical assistance providers to farmers, food producers, manufacturers, distributors, and community educators and advocates, all working towards regenerative food systems. Join us to create meaningful connections with on the ground professionals and learn about these various career pathways.
Visit our website for a full list of attending food systems organizations and professionals. 

Register to attend here.


Food Futures: Ancestral and Contemporary Methods for Transforming Food Systems
Food Institute Graduate Council 
UC Berkeley |April 7 (zoom) - 8 (in-person) | Free to Attend
The Food Institute Graduate Council (FIGC) at Berkeley is hosting a hybrid 2-day graduate student-led conference with the goal of connecting various actors (from scholar-activists to artists) through varying critiques and discussions of Food Futures. The term “Food Futures” emphasizes the relational and material possibilities of food in a climate changing world. Thus, the Food Futures conference will focus on alternative methods to understand food by giving focus on alternative food relations outside of Industrial agricultural practices in order to amplify existing ancestral and contemporary methods that may transform Food Systems across all Global Directions, such as Indigenous and Black stewardship, agroecological methods, and value based food chains.
March 31
See event details here.

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