Terracorps Serve with usTerraCorps cultivates an ecosystem of people and organizations that center community land ownership, access, and stewardship to support a diversity of interests that benefit human health and environmental sustainability. We value the power of local nonprofits to best understand and serve their communities. Our goal is to help them succeed by providing them access to the AmeriCorps national service model to build organizational capacity.

TerraCorps partners with a network of 40+ nonprofits in Massachusetts and Rhode Island focused on community needs related to local land conservation and sustainable agriculture. These partners act as service sites for a new cohort of up to 60 AmeriCorps service members annually. Service members are paired with a site supervisor who provides guidance and mentorship while they learn to manage community programs and projects over an 11-month, 1700-hour service term.

Coggeshall Farm Museum is interviewing candidates for a Sustainable Agriculture Coordinator (SAC) and for a Youth Education Coordinator (YEC).

Applications for these positions must be submitted via the TerraCorps online application

TerraCorps positions at Coggeshall Farm Museum are funded in part by the Ocean State Charitable Trust, and we are grateful for their support.


Sustainable Agriculture Coordinator (SAC)

Coggeshall Farm Museum is interviewing candidates for a Sustainable Agriculture Coordinator (SAC). The SAC will engage with the Executive Director to manage volunteers on community service projects, educate or train individuals in environmental stewardship or environmentally conscious practices, and complete three capacity building projects. Potential projects include:

Applications for this position must be submitted via the TerraCorps online application. The position description for the SAC at Coggeshall Farm Museum can be found at TerraCorps Available Member Positions.


Youth Education Coordinator (YEC)

Coggeshall Farm Museum is interviewing candidates for a Youth Education Coordinator (YEC). The YEC will engage with the Executive Director to manage volunteers on community service projects, educate or train individuals in environmental stewardship or environmentally conscious practices, and complete three capacity building projects. Potential projects include:

Applications for this position must be submitted via the TerraCorps online application. The position description for the YEC at Coggeshall Farm Museum can be found at TerraCorps Available Member Positions.