The Feed the Folks Farmers Market is an innovative way to become part of the Urban League movement.
Spend your summer working at the Urban League, learning entrepreneurship skills, exploring Black farming and supporting the community!
The Feed the Folks Market is a BIPOC youth led farmers market that will be open to the public on a weekly basis throughout the summer at the Urban League's main office. All elements of the market will be developed and led by youth and young adults ages 16 - 24. All market staff will be registered through SummerWorks and paid an hourly rate of $14.00 for a total of 160 hours throughout the summer.
The Feed the Folks Farmers Market is a youth and young adult led project focused on urban farming, entrepreneurship and job skills. As an added bonus, the market will combat food insecurities and provide access to affordable healthy food options for the Black community.
Registration is free of cost and only takes a minute. Register using the link and spend your summer work at the Urban League and supporting the community.