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This job expired on October 07, 2023

Communications Intern Quivira Coalition

  • Date Posted August 08, 2023
  • Location Anywhere
  • Category Agriculture / Media
  • Job type Part-Time
Company description

The Quivira Coalition ( is a Santa Fe-based nonprofit that builds resilience on arid working lands. We foster ecological, economic, and social health through education, innovation, and collaboration. The Quivira Coalition aims to shift current practices of agriculture and land stewardship to those that produce good food, support meaningful livelihoods in rural places, sustain biodiversity, and remedy the impacts of climate change. We do this work through agricultural apprenticeship, land and water restoration, and rancher- and farmer-led knowledge exchange. Knowing that it is critical to the success of our work, Quivira Coalition is committed to diversity and inclusion, and we aspire to build a diverse staff team and community, including groups that are traditionally under-represented among stewardship and agricultural support services.

Quivira’s work, at its foundation, advances the current shift from extractive to regenerative culture and economy. Our programs include:

  • Carbon Ranch Initiative, dedicated to outreach and research in support of regenerative agriculture, with a focus on building soil organic material on working lands.
  • Education and Outreach, focused on developing practical conservation and agricultural knowledge exchange led by those implementing the work on the ground. This includes workshops, podcasts, and the annual REGENERATE Conference. 
  • New Agrarian, offers professional training to beginning agrarians in regenerative agriculture with seasoned ranchers trained in hands-on mentorship.
  • New Mexico and Colorado Coalitions to Enhance Working Lands, networks whose purpose is to support and enhance ongoing efforts to improve the health and productivity of working lands that support agriculture and the environment.
Internship description

Quivira’s communications team is dedicated to telling the stories of resilience on working lands by sharing the work of Quivira and our partners. We do this through various communications platforms, including our website, social media profiles, e-newsletters, videos, podcasts, technical guides, journal (Resilience) and other avenues. 

We would like to work with an intern who will support the communications team in its efforts. The person in this position has a chance to pitch in on projects the team is working on and take the lead on projects that they are interested in. We’re looking for someone who thrives in collaborative environments but who can also work independently.   


10 hours/week ($20/hour) for 16 weeks. There are no benefits included with this position but we follow state sick leave rules. This position is fully remote and we are searching for applicants in New Mexico, Colorado, Montana, Oregon, Texas, Utah or Maine.


Tasks could include (but are not limited to):

  • Social media support and content creation
  • Video uploading and optimizing
  • Website edits
  • Creating ISBNs for publications and submit them to Amazon
  • Google Analytics work
  • Support for annual conference communications needs
  • Photo storage organization
  • Create blog posts from e-newsletter content

Other expectations:

  • Report regularly to the communications director
  • Participate in some internal meetings and subgroups in support of maintaining and evolving culture and internal work.
  • Engage with other program and Quivira staff in some routine program and cross-program activities.

Required Qualifications

  • Strong professional written and verbal communication skills writing skills
  • Experience with communications/marketing tactics and tools
  • Experience creating social media content 
  • Strong skills related to working with diverse groups of people and cross-cultural communication.
  • Strong organizational skills

Desired Qualifications

  • Familiarity with regenerative agricultural practices and soil health principles
  • An understanding of how conservation and agriculture have historically and currently impacted Hispanic, Black, Indigenous, and other communities of color
  • Experience with G Suite (gmail, drive, calendar, etc.)
  • Multi-lingual in Spanish or Native languages 
Compensation this position is : hourly, $20/hr +
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This job expired on October 07, 2023
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