Seeking Volunteers to help with Slow Food Nations!

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 Slow Food Denver and Slow Food USA are working on planning the upcoming national event Slow Food Nations!

Slow Food Nations is an exciting opportunity for Slow Food USA and Slow Food International to launch their next major Slow Food event in Denver, July 14-16 2017. Inspired by Slow Food International’s biennial Terra Madre gathering in Turin, Italy, Slow Food Nations will combine the energy of a street food festival, gravitas of an academic conference, and inspiration of a cultural exchange where participants can experience open entry taste pavilions and culinary demonstrations along with ticketed tours, talks, workshops, dinners, and other events.

Working out of the Slow Food Denver office at The Source, we are seeking two interns to assist in the International Delegate Experience as well as the Literary Programming for the event!

If you are interested please read over the position descriptions below and reach out to the contact noted!

Slow Food Nations Literary Program Internship

Slow Food Nations International Delegate Support Internship

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