Duration: September-April

Apply from July 16 to September 1, 2021

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  • Be a current college student or recent graduate in the NC Triangle Area
  • No Spanish language required
  • DREAMERS and DACAmented students encouraged to apply
  • SAF alumni are encouraged to apply. Students can participate in the program more than once
  • Be able to provide your own transportation
  • Demonstrate an interest and/or experience in leadership development in the farmworker justice movement
  • Preference given to students from farmworker families


  • $3,000 stipend
  • Work approximately 10 hours/week for 20 weeks
  • Cohort of 5-10 participants
  • Mentorship by SAF staff
  • Potential academic credit



  • Work at least 10 hours a week. Some interns may work more hours or more weeks depending on school program requirements or special projects
  • Attend the orientation, mid retreat, and final retreat with SAF's Levante Leadership Institute (LLI)
  • Attend SAF meetings & events as needed
  • Write 3 reflections for SAF’s blog
  • Conduct at least one outreach activity or presentation about SAF and farmworkers
  • Fundraise $450 to contribute to SAF's work by the mid retreat

Important dates
  • July 16 - September 1Applications accepted and rolling interviews
  • August 28 - September 2Final interviews, selection, and positions filled
  • September 11Orientation
  • November 24 - January 14Break
  • January 15 - 16Mid-retreat
  • April 9 - 10Final retreat


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phone(919) 566-1898



As the Solidaridad policy intern for SAF, I’ve collaborated with other organizers to advocate for in-state tuition for undocumented students, a national heat stress standard, a pathway to citizenship, and more! I’ve learned about the unfair working and living conditions that farmworkers experience on a daily basis, and I’m committed to continuing to fight for change.

Julianna RennieSAF intern 2021-22