[I still owe you my vegetarian/vegan recommendations post! It will get done. Pinky swear.]
I know everyone who reads my blog likes food (you good grade-A human you!). Narrowing it down, many of you live or work in NYC. But narrowing it down some more...how many of you work with food, agricultural, or environmental organizations? (Like Slow Food. Farmers' markets. Stuff. You know what I mean.)
My roommate/bff Tristan needs a new job, preferably related to the aforementioned sectors of food-ness. And I need him to get a new job so WE CAN STILL BE ROOMMATES. This is very important. (Not the most important part of finding a new job, but pretty important.) New job and continuation of living in Brooklyn equate to happiness for Tristan and me. Happy Tristan = happy Robyn = I eat more food. Such a beautiful cycle!
Of course, Tristan has been/is looking for jobs, but I'm reaching out to whatever community I may have to help him as well. Continue reading after the jump for more info on Tristan, and please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org with any helpful information you may have, or leave a comment for him to email you. Thank you!
Hey everyone! I'm a 2007 graduate of Oberlin College where I majored in English and sociology, with concentrations in race/ethnic studies and third world studies. I'm applying to graduate school in environmental studies where I hope to focus on alternative agricultures, slow foods, community-organizing, and art—my ideal job would include more than one of these interests. I'm self-motivated, passionate, dedicated to my ideals and beliefs, energetic and gregarious at work, and a quick learner. Thanks for any help you might be able to provide!