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Indigenous Seedkeepers Network (ISKN) Program Coordinator
The Indigneous Seed Keepers Network (ISKN) Coordinator will provide program leadership and coordinate implementation of the strategic vision. In the beginning, the ISKN Program Coordinator will work closely with the existing Upper Midwest and newly established Northeast networks to further develop their regional seed hubs. Eventually, the Program Coordinator will work with leadership in other regions to establish seed hubs in their respective areas. The Program Coordinator will work closely with Regional Mentors to offer capacity-building training, workshops and gatherings to strengthen regional networks. The ISKN Program Coordinator is a highly interactive, relationship-driven role that promotes communication and collaboration across the national network. The ideal candidate should be a dynamic individual who is deeply passionate about the Indigenous food and seed sovereignty movement with excellent virtual and online communication and project management skills. This is a remote work from home position, but the individual must have the ability to travel for region seed work/networking
Application closes September 24, 2021. To apply, please send your resume and a cover letter expressing your interest to Kayleigh Warren at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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