Ever wondered what Sustainable Food and Farming alumni are up to? What job advice they have for current students? In the spring of 2021, SFF student and peer advisor Isadora Harper interviewed a handful of alumni to find out, and turned those interviews into two videos to share with all of you.
As an about-to-graduate SFF student, she wanted to know about their experiences in their current jobs, with job searching, and, perhaps most importantly, what paths they have taken since graduating. Their responses highlight the huge array of possibilities within this field, and represent some different pathways across the SFF focus areas: sustainable production, permaculture, food justice and policy, and agriculture education. Whether you’re a past, present, or future student, we hope you enjoy these conversations!
WATCH VIDEOS HERE:
- SFF Alumni Share Their Paths After Graduation.
- SFF Alumni Share Advice for Applying to Jobs & Grad School
Jason De Pecol: Urban Food Programs Manager at Denver Botanic Gardens
Lilly Israel: Sales Manager at Kitchen Garden Farm
Michelle Nikfarjam: Emerson National Hunger Fellow
Sarah Visnick: Owner of Zeigler’s Market Garden and high school English teacher
Zachary Zeigler: Owner of Zeigler’s Market Garden