The Good Word

We love hearing why you love SFJ! We can’t help but share the good word that you’ve sent our way.

Did we connect you to your current position? Did we direct a slew of job applications your way? If SFJ inspires you, feel free to send us an e-mail and we’ll post your experience right here. As always,

Former jobseeker Holly says:

I can sincerely say that I would not be sitting in the Slow Food USA office, much less in New York City, if it wasn’t for the Sustainable Food Jobs blog. I originally subscribed more out of curiosity than anything, and when I saw the posting for a Communications internship, I applied on a whim. Not only did I get the internship, but I also became immersed in an entirely new way of looking at food and (let’s face it) my life.

Now I look at the emails from you guys not out of curiosity but with purpose, in hopes of transitioning into a career similar to the one I’ve started here. You keep me informed not only on job postings, but also on organizations I wouldn’t otherwise know about.

Thanks so much for what you do.

Former jobseeker Bryn Bird says:

Thank you SFJs for posting the job announcement for free and connecting me to my perfect position!!

Former anonymous jobseekers says:

I just wanted to share with you guys that I found my current job through you! I had been looking for a job in the sustainable food industry for a few years, and you guys have been a great resource. So thanks for everything 🙂 

Sue at Two Dog Farm says:

We post other places as well, and we get so many more responses from your listing than anywhere else there’s no comparison. Thank you!

Gus & Co. Farm says:

I’m not sure if you remember, but you helped me post a job for my farm in late December.  After only 24 hours I asked you to remove the listing since I was getting so many inquires… I wanted to let you know that thanks to SFJ I found an incredible new employee.  Wow. What impressive results! Thanks for your help, I’ll be using SFJ for all my hiring needs.

Four days after posting an opportunity on SFJ, Avery Anderson, of the Quivira Coalition in Santa Fe, New Mexico, told us:

We have already had a phenomenal response from the ad posting on the Sustainable Food Jobs website!  Thanks so much for getting it up there!

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