- Job Opportunity at MAP! We are looking for a Markets & Enterprise Specialist!
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- Teenagers! Meeting for MAP’s School-Year Jobs for Youth
- Mobile Market Intern Needed on Thursday Evenings!
Category Archives: Get Involved
MAP is THE place to get involved in addressing food insecurity issues in Buffalo! And NOW is the time to get involved! We are announcing an opportunity for interested parties to apply for a seasonal position as Markets & Enterprise … Continue reading
Check out what is being offered this month for MAP Your Future students! In high school and want some help reaching your academic and/or career goals? Join advisors and professionals for educational workshops, meetings and events with community partners. Check … Continue reading
MAP is getting ready to hire a team of young people to work with us through the 2016-2017 school year and we want you to apply. Come (and bring your parents) to a meeting on Tuesday, September 20th at 5:30 … Continue reading
Three adult chaperones and six teenagers are working on raising money to attend NESAWG’s conference in Hartford, Connecticut, this November. This year’s conference is extra important to MAP, because NESAWG is offering a youth track — with workshops designed by … Continue reading
On July 13th, after over 2 years of planning, MAP broke ground on its new Farmhouse and Community Food Training Center on Massachusetts Avenue!! The new Farmhouse will be a hub for food and agriculture-based education that will provide resources … Continue reading
In early July, more than 20 new teenage employees started working at MAP thanks to the the City of Buffalo’s Mayor Summer Internship Program and Buffalo Employment Training Center’s Summer Youth Program. They joined nearly ten specialists who have already … Continue reading
MAP is seeking to fill an internship position on Thursday evenings! Applications are due July 22, 2016, to: firstname.lastname@example.org. MAP’s Mobile Market is an initiative that combats food inequity head-on by bringing fresh and affordable produce to neighborhoods across Buffalo. … Continue reading
Dust off those bowling shoes! It’s time to get ready for the annual Bowl-a-Rama to benefit the Massachusetts Avenue Project. We need your help raising funds so we can continue to grow food at our urban farm and carry out … Continue reading
What is the MAP Farmhouse? Massachusetts Avenue Project’s new Farmhouse will provide food-based education, resources and volunteer opportunities to Buffalo residents, schools, community gardeners and organizations. Located at 389 Massachusetts Avenue on Buffalo’s West Side, the Farmhouse will provide: On-site … Continue reading