Sowing Seeds for Change Fellowship

Increasing farmworkers' access to healthcare

The Sowing Seeds for Change Fellowship is a 6 month leadership development program for college students and recent graduates to improve farmworkers’ access to healthcare as well as advocate for improved living and working conditions.  Fellows work directly with rural health clinics in North Carolina, providing health education, case management, and interpretation for farmworkers.  Deadline February 4, 2016.

SSC Applicant Information

Apply to be a Program Assistant (SAF alumni only)

Recruiter Information

SSC Fellowship Program Reports

Theater & Documentary Project Reports

Fellows & Interns Blog


"Farmworkers are providing our food each and every day, but they are not able to nourish themselves the way others are able to. Not only do they have limited access to healthy food, but they have to struggle with other barriers such as language and transportation.”
–Paula Espinosa, 2015 SAF Fellow



Jazmin Posas
Program Coordinator