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Job Training

Eden Streets' mission is to empower communities to grow food, jobs, connections, and hope through farming. By initiating farms in areas with high rates of homelessness, we conduct our Job Training Program to give a hand up out of poverty to homeless populations.

Read more about our program below:

Job Training Program

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Our Job Training Program transitionally employs those facing homelessness in an urban farm setting for 16-weeks to facilitate their reintroduction to the workforce, offer therapeutic programs for life skills, and coordinate long term housing and full time employment by the program's end.


Grow Ogden is a job training program. Farm Manager will determine what to plant, and will guide trainees in organic farming on the site. A Program Director will hire trainees, teach them life and job skills, and facilitate relationship building within their cohort. An Advocate will work individually with each trainee to overcome barriers to full-time employment and stable housing. 

We are currently hiring Trainees for our Job Training Program!

Are you experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity?

Do you want to re-enter the workforce with social and professional confidence?

We invite you to apply for our 1st 2024 Trainee Cohort!

Please read the job description before applying.

$12 per hour

 10 hrs per week

Program Dates:

March 19  -  July 9th

Please submit your completed application to:

Electronically: with "2024 Trainee Application" in Subject Line

Mailing Address:     c/o Karl Ebeling       4116 Madison Ave Apt A, Ogden, UT 84403

What is Work Force Development
At Eden Streets
, we believe that offering a range of training opportunities broadens an individual's worth and value to a company. Upskilling is essential, so our Transitional Employment Programs also offer sessions with trained social workers and therapeutic emotional and physical professionals for those who’re experiencing homelessness. The job training program at the Eden Streets serves as a principle mechanism to ensure we achieve our mission, which states “we empower communities to grow food, jobs, connections, and hope through farming.”
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