The Garden Club of America funds 28 scholarships, which provides over $330,000 in financial aid to qualified students. The GCA funds studies and research in the following areas: forestry to applied plant sciences to ecology and evolutionary biology, landscape architecture, and horticulture. To learn more about the GCA scholarships, requirements, and deadlines visit their website: GCA Scholarships
Disney Professional Internships is currently looking for a Horticulture Intern to support the Golden Oak garden from June 2017 through January 2018.
A little about Golden Oak: The goal of Golden Oak’s vegetable garden development project is to bring only the freshest ingredients into the restaurant all while educating the guest in the agricultural process. We utilize the talents of the Horticulture team at The Land at Epcot to follow their growing principles that have found great success over the past years at Walt Disney World.
Candidates must be enrolled in school, or have graduated within the past six months to be eligible. For more information and to apply for this internship, click on the following link: Golden Oak Horticultural Internship – Fall 2017
The Sprig and Twig Garden Club of Dover, DE is offering a $1000.00 scholarship for excellence in plant science, ornamental horticulture, environmental studies, and other related areas. Applicants must be a resident of Kent County, Delaware.
We are proud to announce that we’re currently accepting applications for our 2017 Proven Winners® scholarship program. This is the third year that we are awarding a total of $35,000 in scholarships to students at 4-year Universities and Technical/Community colleges.
Students who are sophomores or above, who maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better (on a four point scale) are eligible for the 4-year scholarships.
Full scholarship details can be found here.
Please note that the application form is online and that all elements of the application need to be submitted at the same time.
Applications are due no later than April 1, 2017.
Summer scholarships in field botany for undergraduate and graduate students
- A scholarship for graduate study in public horticulture
- A fellowship to study pollinator decline
- An award to fund graduate and advanced undergraduate students studying horticulture, conservation, botany, environmental science and landscape design relating to arid landscapes
- A fellowship in urban forestry
- An offering in summer environmental studies for residents of New Jersey or non-residents studying in New Jersey
- A fellowship in ecological restoration
- Regional scholarships for undergraduates or graduate students who wish to pursue the study of horticulture and related subjects
- Awards for summer environmental studies to undergraduates following their freshman, sophomore or junior years
- A scholarship to study the habitat of threatened or endangered native birds of the U.S.
- A grant for graduate students to conduct field research on biology and management of rare flora
- A scholarship for undergraduate or graduate students for the study abroad of tropical horticulture and botany
- A fellowship in garden history and design
- An internship in garden history and design with a preference given to those who want to intern at the Smithsonian
- A summer scholarship in medicinal botany primarily for undergraduate students
- A fellowship in medicinal botany
- Awards in tropical botany for Ph.D. candidates to pursue independent field study
- Funding to assist graduate students for field work and research in coastal wetland studies
- A fellowship in landscape architecture at the American Academy in Rome
- Scholarships for graduate study in horticulture and landscape architecture in Great Britain
For additional information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Greetings from Disney Professional Internships!
We are currently looking for a Horticulture Intern to support our Golden Oak garden for an immediate start through January 2017.
A little about Golden Oak: The goal of Golden Oak’s vegetable garden development project is to bring only the freshest ingredients into the restaurant all while educating the guest in the agricultural process. We utilize the talents of the Horticulture team at The Land at Epcot to follow their growing principles that have found great success over the past years for The Company.
Interested candidates must be enrolled in school, or have graduated within the past six months to be eligible.
For more information and to apply for this internship, click on the following link: Golden Oak Horticulture Intern – Fall 2016
Thank you for your interest in Disney Internships!
Disney Campus Recruitment
Longwood Gardens is seeking a self-motivated, dynamic individual for the position of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Technician in the Horticulture Department. Primary responsibilities include assisting the IPM Specialist by scouting, diagnosing, treating, and training staff on plant health care issues and evaluating cultural, biological, mechanical, and chemical control strategies to reduce pests to tolerable levels across all areas of the conservatory, greenhouses, outdoor gardens and natural areas. This work requires a thorough understanding of horticultural practices, plant-pest interactions, control techniques and application equipment. This individual will conduct large tree sprays and other pesticide applications throughout the property, help train and direct the IPM team (staff, students, volunteers, and contractors) and assist with the management of all aspects of Longwood Gardens’ pesticide safety program.
Minimum of an Associate’s degree in entomology, plant pathology, or horticulture equivalent with two years’ experience working in landscape and/or greenhouse horticulture with special emphasis in pest management scouting, diagnosis, and treatment of a variety of ornamental plants is required. Must have or be willing to obtain a Class B commercial driver’s license and a PA Pesticide applicator’s license.
The successful candidate will possess good time management, organizational, and observation skills with strong attention to detail; fluency with Microsoft office, and strong communication skills with the ability to present to diverse audiences.
Please mail your resume with salary requirements to the address below.
Longwood Gardens, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources
P.O. Box 501
Kennett Square, PA 19348
Fax 610.388.5495 or e-mail email@example.com.
The job posting can be found here: http://longwoodgardens.org/employment/full-time-job-opportunities
Summer Farming/Homesteading Internship 2016 With The Experimental Farm Network and Erb Food and Garden
Do you want to learn about seed saving and plant breeding? Build your existing organic farming, gardening, and permaculture skills? Help create the foundation for a perennial plant propagation business focused on wild, native, and edible plants? Improve upon your carpentry skills by helping to build a tiny home?
The Experimental Farm Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and breeding resilient plant varieties for a changing climate. Erb Food and Garden is a permaculture design business focused on creating edible and regenerative landscapes. Together we are seeking a qualified individual (or the right pair of people) for a summer internship– to work with us and learn a variety of farming and homesteading skills. Food and housing will be provided.
- 4-5 work days per week, 32 hours work per week
- 2-3 days working at an heirloom seed farm
- 2 days working on homesteading skills
- Typical seed farm tasks include: weeding, mulching, planting, hand-pollinating, seed harvesting and processing, irrigation management
- Typical homestead tasks include: organic gardening, perennial woody & herbaceous propagation, edible landscaping, and tiny house construction
Qualifications & Requirements
- 1-2 years of relevant experience suggested: farming, environmental education, community gardening, building etc.
- Relevant high school, trade school, university and/or college experience in horticulture, agriculture, design, or construction are helpful though not required
- Desire and motivation to increase horticultural and sustainable living skills. We are looking for a team player that is excited to work with us
- Ability to lift 40lbs and work in many different weather conditions
- Basic carpentry, building, and maintenance skills are a big plus, though not a requirement
- Ability to learn quickly and follow directions as well as give creative input
- A reliable vehicle for transportation is helpful, though not required. 2-3 days a week you will work at our farm site in Elmer, NJ and transportation will be provided.
What we will provide:
- 2 months of free rent in a room at our homestead, for the duration of the internship
- Hands on experience with the following skills:
- Organic farming and annual vegetable cultivation
- Heirloom seed saving and breeding
- Regenerative design and edible landscaping
- Tiny house construction, and general carpentry
- Perennial woody/herbaceous plant propagation
- Introduction to small non-profit and business operations
- Further opportunities to plug into local farming, permaculture, community gardening, and sustainability happenings
- Access to the Experimental Farm Network’s growing seed collection
- For the individual – all food in house will be covered, but we cannot accommodate specialized diets.
- For pairs of people – $150 monthly stipend will be given for food.
The internship will be from June 14th, 2016 – August 12th, 2016
Our homestead, where your room will be, is located in Westville, NJ a 15-20 minute drive to Philadelphia. Our farm is located outside Elmer, NJ.
Interested individuals should send a PDF cover letter, resume, and 2+ references to firstname.lastname@example.org
We encourage you to familiarize yourself with the information on our websites to learn about what we are doing:
Experimental Farm Network www.experimentalfarmnetwork.org
Erb Food and Garden www.erbfoodandgarden.com