Transform yourself and transform the world
at White Violet Center for Eco-Justice (WVC), Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana, near Terre Haute.
At White Violet Center for Eco-Justice, a ministry of the Sisters of Providence, you’ll find 320 acres of forestland, a 5-acre organic garden, a 2-acre orchard, berries, about 150 laying chickens, and a herd of about 40 alpacas.
It’s all very hands-on.
Expect to work outdoors for hours at a time planting, harvesting and weeding in the certified organic garden and in the barn and pastures caring for the alpacas and/or with the alpaca fiber.
Internships are designed to be customizable to your own goals,
within the boundaries of what we offer at White Violet Center. Interns can expect to work in all three areas of livestock, certified organic garden and fiber arts projects. See general internship details.