Muddy Sneakers seeks an experienced full-time Executive Director (ED) with a passion for youth environmental education and a demonstrated commitment to organizational excellence to guide the organization. More detailed information on Muddy Sneakers can be found at www.muddysneakers.org
NAAEE seeks a creative consultant to provide research, writing, and communication support for NAAEE’s international programming, including the Global Environmental Education Partnership, a learning network designed to strengthen environmental education globally. The estimated time commitment is 32 hours per week through December 2022, with the possibility of an extension dependent on funding.
Trees For Tomorrow (TFT) is an accredited residential environmental education center in Eagle River WI that has been promoting conservation education since 1944. Today, TFT works with thousands of teachers, students, and other members of the public to promote sustainable natural resource management. Our educators share their love and knowledge with participants, resulting in transformative educational experiences.
If you have a passion for food systems and hands on farm-to-school education, explore Green Mountain Farm-to-School as an AmeriCorps Farm-to-School Coordinator. FTS Coordinators lead educational activities such as taste tests, classroom lessons, farm field trips, school garden lessons, nutrition education in the local schools. Benefits :
$19,500.00 living stipend for the year, FREE Health care, $6,495 ed award, Subsidized housing, Mileage reimbursement, $600 Auto scholarship and trainings.
Working alongside a talented team of educators, you will be able to share your energy and enthusiasm by teaching children and school groups in the outdoor classroom. Our educators take pride in making school programs more meaningful by developing an awareness, knowledge, and appreciation in young students.
GenWild participants (called Corpsmembers) serve together as part of the Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) Generation Wild Initiative which aims to connect kids and families to the outdoors. Corpsmemers plan and conduct outreach, education, and recreation activities, complete land stewardship projects on public lands in Northeast Metro Denver, and lead environmental education workshops for kids.
The Energy & Water Conservation program (E&W) is a team-based, 14 or 21 week-long program for individuals between the ages 18-24. E&W participants (called Corpsmembers) serve on community-based energy and water conservation projects throughout the Denver metro area. Corpsmembers will be enrolled in AmeriCorps—a national community service program.
This position will support IAE’s Sagebrush in Prisons Project (SPP), a multi-state, multi-partner effort to improve habitat for wildlife that depend on the sagebrush ecosystem and engage diverse incarcerated people in pro-social action, conservation science, and vocational training.
The Undergraduate Student Services Specialist leads the implementation and continuous refinement of the college-wide undergraduate student recruitment strategy, including but not limited to: virtual and social media advertising; local, regional and national networking; and innovative marketing and recruitment activities on and off campus.