Thank you for considering volunteering at New Entry. Our volunteers are vital to the success of our programs. From CSA sharepacking, to on-the-farm group projects, to remote positions like research and social media outreach, we welcome new volunteers to bring creativity, knowledge, and fun to our work. We strive to build relationships with our volunteers so that we may learn from one another. Sign-up today to support New Entry in building a resilient, regional food system.
Current Volunteer Opportunities with New Entry
Click here to learn about volunteering at the World PEAS Food Hub. Volunteers who can commit to at least two mornings per week at our World PEAS Food Hub for the duration of the CSA season (June-October) receive a work share each week.
Ongoing Volunteer Opportunuties with New Entry
Projects for Individuals & Interns
- Marketing & Outreach
- Data Collection & Analysis
Projects for Volunteer Groups
- Organizing the Food Hub
- Spreading Gravel
Past Volunteer Projects
Group of Boston University students volunteering at our incubator farm in Dracut, MA. Students learn about local, organic agriculture while doing the real work required at a farm.
Boston University Volunteer Group organizing our gray bins at the World PEAS food hub. These are the bins that our farmers use on a daily basis to deliver our fresh, local, organic produce for CSA shares. When they are organized, our food hub runs smoothly! We offer a variety of group projects at our food hub as well as at our incubator farm sites. Fill out our sign-up form to inquire about the different opportunities we have to offer.
To learn more about our volunteering program and the opportunities available, sign-up HERE. We will contact you to help you get involved in our work!