Working Weekends on Organic Farms (WWOOF) has been established in England, in Autumn 1971, when Sue Coppard, a secretary living and working in London, recognized the need for people like herself, who did not have the means or the opportunity, to access the countryside and support the organic movement. WWOOF hosts offer food, accommodation and opportunities to learn about organic lifestyles. WWOOF organisations link people who want to volunteer on organic farms or smallholdings with people who are looking for volunteer help.
Their goal for the blog is to highlight Serbia’s growing WWOOF community through authentic WWOOF experiences, interviews with and profiles of WWOOF hosts in Serbia.
- A curious nature and a desire to find out more about WWOOF community in Serbia;
- A comfort in conducting interviews, connecting with the public and researching topics;
- An ability to write short, compelling posts that are fun to read;
- A commitment to write 1-2, 500-word blog posts per week during the time of engagement;
- An interest in social media and an initiative to help promote your work through a variety of channels;
- A great photographic eye;
- A background in or understanding of organic agriculture/perma-culture/agro-ecology;
- English as a primary language.
- Free travels to WWOOF hosts in Serbia and possibly to WWOOF events abroad;
- Full credit for your work in all social media posts and promotions;
- Writing samples to add to your portfolio;
- A fabulous WWOOF Serbia T-shirt;
- A reference letter upon completion and by request.
Apply as soon as possible by sending your:
- Writing samples (if you have) as doc(x), pdf, print screens or links;
- Motivation letter (max 500 words);
- Resume (CV).
Send your documents at email@example.com with a subject line “Application for Blogger”.
If you have any questions please contact coordinator in Serbia, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information please visit the official website.