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FFA & Culver's

A Career where our heart for agriculture is the root of all we do

FFA Members

Become Part of the True Blue Crew™

We're passionate about finding new ways to empower active FFA members to consider Culver's as a place for them to work to earn scholarships, educational opportunities and receive mentorship.

Join Our Team

FFA Members

Grow With Us

When you join the True Blue Crew™, you’ll become a part of a team that shares the same love for agriculture as you. We strive to equip our Team Members with career readiness skills to help prepare them for their future jobs, at Culver’s and beyond. We’re proud to support the communities our restaurants serve through our involvement with local FFA chapters.

For active FFA members, a job in a local restaurant is considered a placement project in a supervised agricultural experience (SAE) program . It’s one of the many things that makes Culver’s a perfect fit for FFA members.

Culver's Job Positions

Our crew members bring our hometown hospitality to life and make sure every meal we serve is a masterpiece each and every day. Whether you choose to work in the front of house, back of house or as a maintenance technician/porter, your skills and leadership will serve as a critical part of our team and keep our restaurants at the highest standards.

Our managers oversee it all, ensuring every True Blue Crew™ member is moving in sync and every guest leaves happy. They create shift schedules, empower team members to grow their skillsets and maintain a positive attitude throughout the restaurant. If you’re a natural leader who can rally a team to be its best, we’d love to have you behind our counter.

Your True Blue Journey Starts Here

Getting started is easy! Simply search for restaurants near you, choose up to three locations, and provide your information so we can get in touch about your position(s) of interest.

Where Your Work Matters

We’re proud to support the FFA and the next generation of agricultural leaders. Your work makes a difference – at Culver’s and beyond.

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Reflective music plays.

Leaves grow from a white C in a blue square logo. Text appears beside it.




LEA, CO-FOUNDER OF CULVER’S: The first years we didn’t have a lot of extra money, so it was hard to support activities taking place in our community.

An old photo shows a billboard in a rural area with text on it.


Culver’s FAMILY



Another photo shows an old Culver’s restaurant.

LEA: As we grew, I think we all came to realize that people in our community were taking care of us.

In an old photo, co-founders Craig and Lea Culver and their daughter stand beside a vintage car with a sign on its side reading “Grand Marshall Craig & Lea Culver”. Then Craig waves a Culver’s flag beside Lea with the American flag as they march in the parade.

A young boy grins as he drinks a chocolate milkshake. People dine at tables in a Culver’s.

LEA: And so, if they have a special cause, let’s give back to them in a sense.

Craig and Lea Culver now stand with six women, all wearing purple t-shirts with “Relay for Life” on them. A boy sits in a stroller and a sign reads “THANK YOU TO Culver’s Frozen Custard Butter Burgers FOR SPONSORING THE LUMINARY PROGRAM”. Now a suited man offers an oversized cheque to an elderly woman as onlookers watch. The cheque is made out to the “Good Samaritan Food Pantry” for one thousand dollars.

LEA: It’s not only important to give back but also to give forward. And when you give forward, you help not only take care of what’s going on today in the world but you’re helping to prepare for future years.

Lea interviews and text appears.


LEA: We started a scholarship program in 1993. One of our supplier partners came to us and said you know have you ever thought about giving scholarships as an incentive to your team members because you have amazing young people working here. And actually, this organization donated the first five hundred dollars to help get it started.

Shots show Culver’s team members dressed in blue at work. A young woman serves guests, and more crew members work in the kitchen. Another woman serves guests at the drive-thru window. Team members chat and smile as they work together. Two crew members bump elbows. More team members chat with guests as they serve tables. A girl takes an order, and another speaks through a headset.

MARTY: I’m one of the readers for the scholarship program. We look at the things that some of these kids have accomplished and it’s just out—it’s just unbelievable!

Two suited older men sit at a counter in a Culver’s kitchen. The man on the left has brown hair and speaks while the white-haired man wearing glasses sits on the right. Text appears.



MARTY: They’re active in their community, they make good grades, they’re just these really great kids and I don’t remember working that hard when I was in high school!

A young team member wipes a countertop, and a young man holds the door as a family enters. A crew member scoops ice cream into a cup and a young woman brings a tray of food to a table.

LEA: We give scholarships because we believe in education and helping to provide the opportunity to continue an education.

Lea interviews.

A smiling team member passes a frozen custard cone to a little boy and another hands a table number to a guest.

LEA: It’s important that everyone goes on to be the best person that they can be and if that’s being a doctor or a lawyer or a nurse or a teacher, that’s what our goal is, to just help them be who they want to be.

A young man passes an order through a drive-thru window, and another delivers an order to a vehicle outside. A young woman stands at a cash register taking orders as her team members work behind her.

LEA: To date we've awarded over four and a half million dollars to thousands of young team members. It's just such a good feeling to be part of that. We're helping a lot of great kids pursue their dreams.

An image shows Lea standing on a stage in front of a screen with the logo for the Culver’s Foundation on a large screen behind her.

Young people stand in a line. Lea shakes hands with different young people as she hands them each an envelope.

LEA: There are a lot of organizations that we have supported through the foundation.

Now in Lea’s interview.

LEA: The FFA, 4-H, the Chamber of Commerce.

A boy bottle feeds a calf, then rides in a tractor.

LEA: You’re not just in the community to run a business but you’re in the community to help it grow and support it.

An overhead view shows a calm town. An American flag waves from a streetlight and kids cross a street.

LEA: There’s so many opportunities to be generous and be a part of something bigger than who we are.

Lea interviews.

LEA: Culver’s isn’t just for today. The community isn’t just for today. How can we help take care of it so that it thrives in the future?

A variety of guests smile as they dine in Culver’s. A mother and daughter tap frozen custard cups.

The music fades.

A blue handwritten logo appears on a white background.