QA Farmers Market is looking for an intern

Posted on March 30th, 2010 by Editor


The Queen Anne Farmers Market is looking for a “dynamic marketing intern” to help out with operations and work with the market manager in preparation for and during the upcoming market season. Market Director Julie Whitehorn posted this job description on the QAFM site this morning:

The Queen Anne Farmers Market is seeking a smart, friendly, detail-oriented intern to learn market operations while assisting the market manager. The time commitment is five hours weekly pre-season and 7-8 hours each Thursday during 22-week season plus flexible offsite hours. The intern will attend committee and board meetings, and learn skills in nonprofit management, market operations, fundraising, marketing and customer service.

For more information on the job or how to apply, see the official job description (.pdf). The Queen Anne Farmers Market is starting up early this year, on Thursday, May 20. Read up on the market’s upcoming season and expansion here.


  • name

    What? Julie Whitehorn needs someone to harass new business owners and file conflicting liqour license applications?

  • name

    What? Julie Whitehorn needs someone to harass new business owners and file conflicting liqour license applications?

  • mel

    $200 for 22 weeks of work?
    Did I read that right?

  • mel

    $200 for 22 weeks of work?
    Did I read that right?

  • gvanderleun

    Love that PDF: “Five hours weekly pre-season and 7-8 hours each Thursday during 22-week season plus flexible offsite hours. Intern must be able to commit to at least 20 Thursdays in 22-week season. A post-season stipend of $200 will be provided for meals.”

    What a scam. Go for it, Kids!

  • gvanderleun

    Love that PDF: “Five hours weekly pre-season and 7-8 hours each Thursday during 22-week season plus flexible offsite hours. Intern must be able to commit to at least 20 Thursdays in 22-week season. A post-season stipend of $200 will be provided for meals.”

    What a scam. Go for it, Kids!

  • gvanderleun

    Whitehorn is the typical white snoburbia classist. Why pay for anything when you can exploit kids?

  • gvanderleun

    Whitehorn is the typical white snoburbia classist. Why pay for anything when you can exploit kids?

  • Maybe hundreds of persons will compete for the intern.

  • Maybe hundreds of persons will compete for the intern.

  • ValGarfield

    It is hard to give Julie Whitehorn any benefit of doubt after the showing of her self centered (myopic) views we saw in the 5 corners debate. Perhaps she could learn something from the intern. Of course Julie would say that is a “moot' point. Lets hope the intern brings a broader perspective to Julie.

  • ValGarfield

    It is hard to give Julie Whitehorn any benefit of doubt after the showing of her self centered (myopic) views we saw in the 5 corners debate. Perhaps she could learn something from the intern. Of course Julie would say that is a “moot' point. Lets hope the intern brings a broader perspective to Julie.

  • All people deserve wealthy life time and business loans or just auto loan will make it much better. Just because freedom relies on money.

  • All people deserve wealthy life time and business loans or just auto loan will make it much better. Just because freedom relies on money.


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