Wolfe’s Neck Center is proud to have a well-trained, highly-qualified, and talented staff.

We seek individuals with a passion for sustainable agriculture, community, the environment, and outdoor recreation. We hire individuals from a diverse range of backgrounds and experiences, including the natural sciences, agriculture, humanities and education. 

Wolfe’s Neck Center supports a more equitable and just food system for all and works towards creating a more inclusive farm learning and working environment for those who are historically and currently under-supported in agriculture. This includes but is not limited to women, people of color, LGBTQIA+ individuals, veterans, low-income individuals, people of diverse religious and non-religious affiliations, immigrants, and asylum seekers.

Request for Proposals: 2023 Farm Café Operator

Wolfe’s Neck Center is seeking a Farm Café operator for the 2023 season. The Café is a popular offering for our campers, visitors, and our community. This is an exciting opportunity for an individual or party with food service experience to operate a popular, local gathering place.

Open positions are organized by department.

Wolfe’s Neck Center follows Maine CDC guidelines for COVID-19 protocols and expects all employees to be willing to adhere to those safety measures.

We offer on-site housing for many of our seasonal education positions. Please note in your cover letter if this is something that is of interest to you.


Hiring for seasonal campground positions starts in early spring. Please check back then.




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