GFJ is a ray of hope as I seek to satisfy my hunger for meaningful work!
Rebekah, Job Seeker
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Molly, Job Seeker
Love your site, love your writing, and especially love that you care about the people in this business and worry about your ethics. There isn't enough of that anywhere.
Michael, GFJ Success Story
After 2 long years of job searching on Craigslist and other types of job websites that seemed to throw my resume into a black hole, I found Good Food Jobs. I got so many interviews at exciting companies through your site. Thanks to you, I recently landed a great job at an awesome start-up company that I'm very passionate about! Keep up the great work. You're helping people find jobs they love!
Dorie, GFJ Success Story
Your newsletter makes me feel like I'm not all alone (at least on the days it arrives). Maybe one day I'll be one of the success stories you write about!
Lise, Job Seeker
GFJ is my go-to recommendation for anyone who expresses interest in finding a new job or trying to get into food work. Thank you to you and your team for being so awesome.
Lyssa, GFJ Success Story
This newsletter really resonated with me because while I have taken some small steps in these few years, I think the fear you mentioned of not doing something impressive right away has paralyzed me into not doing much beyond it. I do feel good about my small steps, but I'm still in the limbo of wondering whether the food world could become a career or if it will just stick around as a hobby. Either way, your words are always comforting and positively thought-provoking.
Claire, Newsletter Reader
I love your newsletter and website. I read the newsletter excitedly every time it comes out and your website is my first stop when searching for new, exciting job and internship prospects. No other website compares when it comes to finding jobs in the sustainable food world.
Amelia, Job Seeker
How wonderful it is to have stumbled upon a wonderful, warm, encouraging community of folks when I thought I was just stumbling upon a useful, cool, job board.
Maggie, Job Seeker
Your weekly messages are truly inspiring. I feel more motivated to put myself back on track to get the job I want.
Maura, Job Seeker
You've created an invaluable recruitment tool for the natural foods industry!
Lisa, Job Poster
It was a highly functional joy to work with y'all.
Thank you for all that you do. Your weekly emails are one of the few I never delete without reading.
Christine, Job Poster
Through Good Food Jobs, I found the ideal employees and interns to help me install more edible gardens. Thanks, Good Food Jobs. Because of you, more lawns in Greater Boston have been transformed into beautiful organic edible gardens!
Ben, Job Poster
Thanks so much for helping to bring together this community of vibrant, passionate, meaning-seeking people so that I can find great candidates for my company.
Giulia, Job Poster
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Barbara, Job Poster
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Zaro, Job Poster
Thank you for the wonderful help you provide for nonprofits and small organizations like ours. We love what GFJ is about and the great energy you share.
Emily, Job Poster
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Myriem, Job Poster
The site has been really helpful and you two are super accommodating. We get 50 responses through more generic sites and maybe 1 or 2 are decent. We have gotten 3-5 responses through your site and they have all been nearly perfect candidates. Very happy your site came along.
Todd, Job Poster
Thanks for doing the good work that you do—goodfoodjobs is a constant reminder of the great things people are doing out there in the world!
Sam, GFJ Fan
A couple of years ago, I was nothing but a lost, food-obsessed environmentalist. My life was changed by a Good Food Job that started me on a magnificent path of food education, food growing and sharing.
Chelsea, GFJ Fan
I derive so much inspiration from your site and share it with everyone when I make presentations. I read the listings to imagine what jobs I would like to do, share with my students what they can do, and most importantly, understand the trends of our industry.
Glenn, GFJ Fan
Whenever I jump on your site, my heart beats faster; it’s a snapshot into the exciting new world of food and how quickly we’re connecting, learning and bettering it.
Ava, GFJ Fan
Thank you for building such a great resource.
Lyric, GFJ Fan
I really enjoy Good Food Jobs! There are always interesting positions on the job board and exciting stories on the blog; I have subscribed to GFJ for about three years exploring possible positions and careers.
Amy, GFJ Fan
I just wanted to say that I really appreciated the message in your newsletter today. I was having a kind of lost in the woods day, and it was a good reminder that these patches of not knowing and struggle are par for the course when you're creating a new business and making your own path. You are really providing such an incredible and much needed service and becoming a very important hub for this incredible community!
Lisa, Food Entrepreneur
It's been nice receiving your correspondence. It is one of the few mass emails I don't immediately skip over when I'm going through my inbox.
Patrick, GFJ Newsletter Reader
As always, I'm inspired and motivated by your newsletter. Keep up the great work. The quotes especially - they typically are on the mark and arrive when I need them most.
Kris, GFJ Newsletter Reader
Your candor, openness, authenticity, and raw honesty around your experience with this contest and the feedback you received is impressive. You've just given your entire mailing list permission to try, fail, and learn from every bump in the road -- without devolving into shame, blame, or denial.
Jennifer, GFJ Newsletter Reader