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Job Interview

 Why Work at CATA?

Joining CATA means becoming part of a diverse and great team that supports migrant workers rights and food justice. Empower yourself and others by contributing to a mission that values every individual, fosters a positive work culture, and encourages personal and professional growth.

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👉 Job Description:

CATA’s Food Justice Program is on the lookout for two dynamic Co-Coordinators to collaborate in developing and implementing the program. From coordinating the youth food justice internship program to managing the community garden in Bridgeton, NJ, this role involves a range of tasks promoting sustainable agro-ecological production.

🌱 Responsibilities include:

Coordinating youth internship program

Curriculum planning and implementation

Managing the community garden

Sustainable agro-ecological production

Volunteer management

Event planning and experiential education

Representation in local and national efforts for food sovereignty

💼 Desired Skills:

Experience with high school-aged youth

Gardening/farming expertise

Commitment to social justice and workers' rights

Bilingual in Spanish and English

Positive and cheerful demeanor

Excellent oral communication skills

Valid Driver’s License

Willingness to perform a variety of tasks

Ability to work independently and collaboratively

💰 Details:

Part-time hourly position (flexible depending on applicants)

$17-$20/hour depending on experience

30 hours/week

Requires both weekend hours (2x/month) and regular evening hours

Position is based out of CATA’s office and garden in Bridgeton, NJ

Background check required due to working with youth

📅 Application Deadline: Open until position is filled

👋 Ready to make a difference? Apply now and grow with us! 🌱🌟

📧 To Apply:

Please send a resume or letter of interest to CATA’s General Coordinator, Jessica Culley at


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