2013 National Migrant Seasonal Head Start Association Internship

2014 National Migrant Seasonal Head Start interns farewell

2015 National Migrant Seasonal Head Start Internship

NFJP Half million dollar Success Story

Longsleeve Shirt Drive 2015

PoisonPrevention Awareness Week 2015

Congressional leaders address children and tobacco

Philip Morris and Child Labor 2014 Children in the Fields’ Art and Essay Contest

Media Mentions

National Poison Awareness Week 2015 – El Semanario, New Mexico

National Farmworker Awareness Week 2015 – KEYC, Iowa and Minnesota

Internship for Migrant Seasonal Farmworker College Students – Porterville Recorder

Pesticides are Causing Farmers to become Suicidally Depressed – Munchies

Pesticides and depression – Epoch Times

Art and Essay 2014 – Laredo Morning News (Spanish)

Pesticides linked to suicide and depression – Environmental Health News

Art and Essay contest winners – Los Angeles Review of Books

Migrant farmworker children express – Al Dia News

EPA mulls changes to pesticide rule – Central Florida Agri-Leader (Tampa Tribune)

Kids take on Dangerous Work – Fusion Miami (ABC/Univision)

Working Through a Crisis – KHAS TV

Exploiting children – Aljazeera America

Children at work – Aljazeera America

It ain’t just tobacco – The Considerate Omnivore

Bolivia’s child labor laws and US – HuffPost Live

Art and Essay contest announced – Treviño TodaMedia, Grito Blast

From Fresno farm labor camps to possible “Madam Secretary” –  Fresno Bee


2014 National Conference photos.

AFOP Report for 2006-2010

Providing Pathways to Success

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For your convenience,  the Association of Farmworker Opportunity Programs (AFOP)  posts a sampling of previous editions of the Washington Newsline a minimum of 60 days after its original publication.  To request archived materials, please send a request to parks[at]  You may also purchase a subscription to receive the most up-to-date information on what is happening in the farmworker community, please see details below.

The Fields

Volume 2, The Hidden Faces of Farmworker Women, 2013.

Volume 1, Dangerous Exposure: Farmworker Children and Pesticides, 2011.

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AFOP has the following publications available for purchase.

  • A Taste of English
    A low literacy English as a Second Language text that teaches basic nutrition.
    $25 per Teacher’s Manual / $12 per Student Workbook
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    A low literacy English as a Second Language text that teaches farmworkers how to be safe with pesticides and prevent agricultural injuries.
    $25 per Teacher’s Manual
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    AFOP’s national newsletter has the latest news affecting the National Farmworker Jobs Program and farmworker service providers. A subscription year is based on the program year, July 1 – June 30. Request subscriptions from nguyen[at] $250 for six issues for member organizations; $295 for six issues for non-member organizations

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