Open Agriculture Initiative (OpenAg)

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Opportunities with OpenAg

The Open Agriculture Initiative brings together partners from industry, government, and academia to develop an open source "food tech" research collective for the creation of the global agricultural hardware, software, and data commons. Together we build collaborative tools and open technology platforms for the exploration of future food systems.

As an open-source project, OpenAg relies heavily on our community to co-create the future of agriculture. Future #nerdfarmers are always welcome to collaborate in building, hacking, and innovating food computing tools and platforms on our forum

Job & Internship Opportunities

Currently, there are no openings at OpenAg. 

 If you'd like to be considered for a position that could open in the future - including internships - say hello! Please submit a cover letter, CV, links to work samples or a portfolio, and a proposal of how your unique skills and experience could contribute to a specific area of OpenAg's research. Send it to openag_opportunities at media.mit.edu.

Students

Graduate Students: OpenAg is not currently accepting MAS students. For graduate students from other MIT departments, or who are cross-registered at MIT and  interested in participating in OpenAg's research, please submit a cover letter, CV and/or links to digital portfolio, and a research proposal to students_openag  at media.mit.edu. 

Undergraduate Students: MIT students can check the UROPS website for research project opportunities each semester. For non-MIT visiting students, or undergraduates cross-registered at MIT, please submit a cover letter, CV and/or links to digital portfolio, and a research proposal to students_openag  at media.mit.edu.

High School Students:  Occasionally, internship opportunities may be available for high school students. If you'd like to be considered if/when an opportunity comes up, please submit a cover letter, CV and/or links to digital portfolio, and a research proposal to students_openag  at media.mit.edu.