The Northwest Service Corps program (NSC) was created to offer professional development for young adults aged 19 to 24, who are not currently in school or working. The NSC program integrates team-based service projects, education, and professional trainings into a program that stresses personal and leadership growth and the development of resource management skills. Participants will earn industry recognized certifications while serving on conservation, recreation, and maintenance projects.
Under the direction of the Executive Director, and in collaboration with the Senior Environmental Educator, this position serves as the manager for youth and family programs at The Nature Museum.
● Evaluate the existing curriculum, and develop innovative solutions to improve education department outcomes
● Monitor the success of the programs and make any necessary recommendations and changes.
● Assist in designing and maintaining the museum collections, exhibits, and education materials
Teach environmental education programs both on site at the Museum and off-site at our secondary location, The Bellows Falls Fish Ladder and Visitor Center. Additionally, serve as a museum docent on Thursdays from 9:30AM-4:30PM. The goal/purpose of this job is to actively engage people of all ages to develop a greater awareness, appreciation and understanding of natural science and natural history, and to teach others about issues of conservation, preservation, and sustainability.
Responsible for the overall implementation of successful programming, work project completion and support of NSC participants, Crew Leaders work with their crews in a full time capacity. They put in long days while supervising the successful completion of a wide variety of manual labor projects.
Now is the time to get started on your proposals for the 2018 NAAEE Conference (October 10–13 in Spokane, Washington). This year’s conference will focus on the power of education to create positive change for the future. And one of the greatest needs is supporting and encouraging fellow EEducators as we work to engage students and communities in learning about and addressing climate change.
The Fall Outdoor Education Program at Snow Mountain Ranch runs from 8/13 - 10/19. There are opportunities to arrive early or extend later and work in an alternative position/department. Please indicate your available dates on your application. Facilitate adventure/outdoor-based programs including low/high elements challenge course, environmental education, climbing wall and day hike interpretations.
We're looking for individuals who have experience working with children in an educational setting who are energetic, flexible, and creative, with a passion for education, wildlife, and conservation!
Camp Program Instructors are part of the zoo’s Conservation Engagement Department and work in collaboration with supervisors, other instructors and teenaged volunteers. This position is responsible for delivering environmental educational programming to camp participants ages 4-17.
The Urban Adamah Jewish Community Farm, located in Berkeley, CA, integrates the practices of Jewish tradition, sustainable agriculture, mindfulness and social action to build loving, just and sustainable communities.