Career Opportunities

Our team is small but mighty! We are always on the lookout for passionate, bright, hard working individuals who are excited about changing the world.

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Current Job Openings


Youth Program Manager

The Youth Program Manager is responsible for the delivery of planned activities and curriculum alongside a Program Assistant at two locations with distinct youth cohorts. The ideal candidate has experience working with teenagers, is a confident communicator, works well with others, and is comfortable leading group efforts in adverse conditions.


Agricultural Specialist

The Agricultural Specialist is a full-time position that supports the agricultural aspects of all Trellis’ programs. The Agricultural Specialist reports to the Agricultural Program Manager and will primarily support the Food for All (FFA) program sites, while also making significant contributions to the SEED Skills youth garden sites.


Youth Program Assistant

The Program Assistant is a seasonal, part time position that works alongside a Youth Program Director leading one or two youth cohorts. Program Assistants are eager to work with youth and excited about the possibility of helping them to realize their highest potential. They are open minded, upbeat, positive, empathetic, and have a good sense of humor.

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