Kaua`i Ag Internship Program

Get paid while experiencing hands-on food systems service projects and farming experience!

2020 Ag Internship Programs

  • Programs will be run during Winter Break, Spring Break, and Summer
  • Must be at least 14 years old to participate
  • Must be a resident of Kaua‘i or Niihau
  • Learn more and download the application here: 2020 Ag Internship Overview & Application

2020 Alu Like Internship – ongoing availability

  • Eligibility: Must be at least 14 years old and income eligible
  • Must be a resident of Kaua‘i or Niihau AND be Native Hawaiian, Native American Indian, or Alaskan Native
  • Contact us for more info, available for after school hours
  • Rolling Deadline, Ongoing Program

Please note, this program is only available to Hawai`i residents; for those out of state, please contact us for other internship and volunteer opportunities or visit our Job & Volunteer Opportunities page. 

Under the Hawaii Child Labor Law, a child labor certificate or “work permit” is required for working minors until they reach 18 years of age. Applicants under the age of 18 must obtain a certificate to participate in the Mālama Kauaʻi Ag Internship Program. More information and forms can be found at http://labor.hawaii.gov/wsd/child-labor/.

The goal of the Kaua`i Ag Internship program is to offer 100 weeks of paid Ag Internships to local high school and college students annually, to inspire and mentor potential future farmers. In addition to receiving a paycheck, students also receive a recommendation letter and internship evaluation for their future career portfolio.

For any questions or concerns, please contact us:
(808) 828-0685 x12 or megan@malamakauai.org