Last chance to be a coordinator with the Campus Food Systems Project!

Deadline next Wednesday! Apply to be a coordinator with The Campus Food Systems Project, and help your campus join the national movement!

Are you passionate about food? How about local and sustainably-produced food? Want to get more of it into your campus cafeterias? The Campus Food Systems Project is here to help you. We’re looking for five new campuses to work with, and that means we need TEN more coordinators.

What’s a coordinator do? You work with students from across the country, all leading changes on their own campuses. You work with two national coordinators whose full-time job is to help you make change on your campus and support you however they can. You get connected to the very best resources, the most recent news, and the best techniques. And you get paid for it.

This is an awesome opportunity.

So far, we’ve got applications from Camosun College, University of Manitoba, and University of Calgary. We know there are a lot of other applications on the way. But is yours one of them?

This may be the LAST chance to join the Campus Food Systems Project as a coordinator. Currently, our project is only funded to run until 2014, we’ve only got space to work with ten campuses, and we already chose five of them last year. So if any of this sounds interesting to you, now’s the time to act!

Check out the 2012-2013 coordinator application / le 2012-2013 forumlaire de demande pour le Campus Food Systems Project for more details. Applications will be accepted until April 11th. Pour les écoles affecter par les protestent contre les hausse de frais scolarité, les demandes seront acceptées jusqu’au 23 avril 2012. If you know somebody who you think would be interested, please pass this on to them!

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