The Cuyahoga County-based fellowship will provide an opportunity for two fellows to connect with other leaders to advance policy aimed at promoting a just, equitable, healthy, and sustainable food system in the City of Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, and Northeast Ohio.
The Food Policy fellows will work directly with the CCFPC Steering Committee to develop skills and capacities. This is an unpaid opportunity requiring an average of five hours per week.
Specific tasks include:
- Assist CCFPC Steering Committee with internal and external communications
- Provide support to website content management
- Conduct research to inform policy decision making Assist in coordinating CCFPC events
- Participate in and facilitate CCFPC Steering Committee meetings
To apply, you are asked to send resume and cover letter (limit 1 page) describing relevant background and experiences as well as interest in the position to Nicole Burt, CCCFPC Co-Chair, at [email protected].
Applications will be reviewed beginning August 1, 2019 and will be reviewed until the position is filled. More information about the CCFPC can be found at https://www.cleveland-cuyahogacountyfoodpolicycoalition.org/.