Ag Innovations

Ag Innovations is Hiring: Program Associate

Position Announcement: Ag Innovations is seeking a half-time Program Associate to support the smooth operation of our organization’s projects and administrative functions. The Program Associate will work with our talented team of facilitators and content experts to manage powerful, multi-sector collaborations to imagine and create a better food system. The Program Associate will also work with our staff to support the organization’s administrative, communications, and office systems.

Position Description: The Program Associate supports the smooth operation of Ag Innovations’ projects in the field by providing logistics, scheduling, coordination, communications and other support to Ag Innovations program staff and the Board of Directors. Reporting directly to the President, the Program Associate oversees and maintains administrative, communications, and office systems so that all supported parties are able to function efficiently and effectively, and so that Ag Innovations’ public face is consistent and professional. 

Apply by submitting a letter explaining your relevant experience and your motivation in applying for this position (cover letter); a résumé; and the names and contact information for three professional references to This position is open until filled. However, applications received by December 20th will get first priority screening.



Recent Related Projects

Leadership Institute Strategic Planning

Ag Innovations worked with the Leadership Institute for Ecology and the Economy’s board and staff to identify a strategic vision and develop their strategic plan.

Sustainable Food Lab Member Summits

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The Sustainable Food Lab (SFL), a long-time partner of Ag Innovations and one of our fiscally sponsored projects, enlisted the support of Ag Innovations from 2008 - 2012 in the design and facilitation of their annual member summits and learning journeys.

“Ag Innovations is an inspiring partner for work that’s game-changing in the way that communities—including farmers and the agriculture sector, philanthropic organizations, food security, food justice and culture organizations, food companies, and those linking environmentalism to economics to the future of food—are thinking about and identifying approaches to sustainable change. ”
Karen Karp, President, Karp Resources