Before applying, please read and review the detailed description of our farm, program and curriculum, available on our website, to make sure that our program offers what you’re looking for and that you’d be a good fit for our farm. Each member of our team brings a unique set of skills and strengths to offer in our internship program. But we feel the need to state clearly that we are a new operation on an old farm, and as such we don’t claim to have all the answers. We are looking for flexible and inquisitive folks who will understand that, at times, we’ll be learning right alongside you. 

We encourage applicants that enjoy hard work, dedication and commitment to a task or responsibility, have a sense of humor and joy for life, and like to engage in and create community. We’re also are looking for people who are self-motivated, enthusiastic and energetic, and willing to put this experience at the top of their priority list for the time that they are with us. 

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General application questions

Our internship program will run from March 15 to October 15. We are looking for interns who are willing to commit at least three months working as an intern.

What is your preferred start date? ______     Preferred end date? _______

How did you hear about our program? Why do you think our farm might be right for you?

Do you plan to receive college credit for this program? If so, what extra work will be required for you and us? Name and contact information for college advisor ________________________

Are you applying for this internship on a visa program? If so, please provide visa eligibility dates.__________________

Are you applying with a partner/friend/mate? (Yes/No)  If so, do you still want to be considered for the program if your partner/friend/mate doesn’t qualify? (Yes/No)

The internship will involve long work days and a great deal of physical work, including potentially lifting items weighing up to 50lbs. Do you have any conditions that may impede your ability to perform these tasks?

A few questions about you:

Why are you interested in a farm internship program? How does it fit into your overall career goals? 

What specific skills do you hope to learn in a farm internship? Please be as specific as possible. 

What skills, passions, education, or past experience do you have to offer an agricultural operation such as Dancing Seeds Farm? (e.g. gardening, farming, nursery, construction, landscaping, education, culinary arts, sales, marketing, crafts, music, etc.) 

Dancing Seeds Farm is a small farm on an island in the Pacific Northwest. Describe the type of experience and community you’re looking for and how living and working in a close-knit community might either meet your needs or pose challenges for you.

Tell us about your working style. Do you like to work alone, in groups? Early in the morning? Late at night? Do you have experience working on teams?

Do you have any questions or concerns for us?

Please include the items below to go along with your application packet:

References: Please provide us with contact information for three references including their name, phone, email and how they know you. We ask that two are work or school-related references with the third being a personal reference from someone who has known you for over two years. 

Résumé: If you have a current resume, please attach a copy of it along with your application materials. If you don’t have a resume, don’t worry about creating one for this application.T

To submit your application, send it to greg(at)dancingseedsfarm(dot)com or snail mail it to us at 3501 Beaverton Valley Road, Friday Harbor WA 98250. Thanks so much for your interest!

Dancing Seeds Farm: Land ~ Food ~ Discovery ~ Life