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FoodShare is a food justice organization. This means that we are committed to working to identify and dismantle systemic forms of oppression in the food movement. Racialized people and others from equity-seeking groups are over-represented in food insecurity and poverty statistics, but are significantly under-represented in community based food organizations. We believe that those most affected by an issue must have access to paid positions in organizations tasked with challenging poverty and food insecurity. FoodShare strives to create a workspace that reflects the diversity of identities and lived experiences that exist within the communities we work alongside.

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Job Title: Community Food Programs Educator & Curriculum Lead

The CFP Educator & Curriculum Lead will drive the development of food justice workshops and learning materials for children, youth, adults and seniors. They will also deliver engaging workshops across the city both online and when possible, in person. Main tasks will include developing culturally affirming curriculum and educational resources, preparing, delivering and evaluating workshops and training, supporting events and working collaboratively with community partners.

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Job Title: CAMH Garden Coordinator and Community Gardens Lead 

This position is responsible for the Sunshine Garden and Greenhouse space at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), as well as facilitating workshops, garden installations, and resource connections for community gardens across the city.

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Job Title: Flemo Farm Senior Assistant Trainee

Flemingdon Community Farm is a Community Engagement and Entrepreneurial Development (CEED) project transforming 1/2 acre of unused land within the Flemingdon Park hydro corridor into a nature-focused public space for local community members. This summer we will be establishing and growing the farm: seeding, weeding, harvesting, and selling at the farmers market, as well as participating in weekly workshops about food justice, farming, community gardening and anti-oppression

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Job Title: School Grown Senior Assistant Trainee

The School Grown Senior Assistant will work with the School Grown Program teams to support student food literacy and growing projects happening in schools across the city. This includes working alongside staff at two outdoor farms located at TDSB high schools. This position will receive training and mentorship on growing food both outdoors and indoors, as well as working effectively with children and youth in food literacy programming.

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