ATTRA Internship Hub
How do I create a new internship listing?
To create a new internship listing, go to the Post an Internship page.
How do I edit my existing internship?
- The chain icon leads to your listing as internship seekers will see it
- The pencil icon allows you to edit your listing
- The trash icon deletes your listing. Use with caution as this is permanent!
How do I log in? My account is no longer working.
This probably means you haven’t created an account. To do so, please follow these steps:
- First, go to the registration page and enter your email address
- Enter your Username and Email
- Follow the instructions we sent to your email inbox
My internship listing is missing. How do I find it?
I need to step away from my computer, but I am not finished creating my listing. What do I do?
Once my internship listing is filled, how do I remove the listing?
There are two ways to remove your listing from the active areas, one that is permanent and one that will allow you to reuse the listing later. To permanently delete the listing, login and go to the My Internships page and then click the garbage-can icon. If your position has been filled for the season, but you want keep it for next year, simply click the pencil icon and find the Save Draft button. When you want to update/post/re-enable your listing on the site, login and go to the draft tab on the My Internships page and click the pencil icon.
Post Your Internship Opportunity
Find help! Create a new internship listing.
NOTE: All internship submissions are reviewed before being posted to the website. This ensures clarity and good user experience. We post new internships every weekday morning. If you post over the weekend, it’ll be added on Monday. Thanks for your patience and for using our service.
The National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) provides these listings only as a public service to the sustainable agriculture community and no recommendation of an organization posting a position on this site (other than NCAT’s own postings) is expressed or implied by NCAT or its Sustainable Agriculture Project. All listings on this site are posted by farms, non-profit organizations and other organizations offering internships to the public. NCAT makes no claims concerning the content, accuracy, suitability, intent, comprehensiveness, or availability of the positions posted. It is the responsibility of the prospective intern to take all necessary precautions when interviewing for or accepting positions. NCAT encourages all prospective interns to obtain as much information as possible about the farm or organization offering the internship before accepting any internship or apprenticeship offer. NCAT is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, or other aspects of the positions offered on this website.It is the responsibility of the farm or organization offering internships to be aware of federal and state labor laws related to such positions, and any complaints concerning these matters should be directed to the proper state or federal authority or to a sponsoring educational institution if applicable.