Join our summer camp team at the Port Townsend Marine Science Center as the Camps Assistant to support youth in hands-on outdoor science learning on the Puget Sound shoreline this summer. See the linked position description for more information. Submit applications to Educator Coordinator Carolyn Woods at email@example.com; the priority deadline for applications is May 10th.
After being in operation for three years, we’ve reached a pivotal stage of growth and are looking for a collaborative, passionate, and capable Part-Time Executive Director to help expand our program and work in partnership with island families, community resource agencies, and the Washington State Department of Early Learning in order to ensure equitable and affordable access to nature-based education.
Project Conserve seeks dedicated individuals to fill 32 full-time positions, and 3 half-time positions serving critical conservation needs in western North Carolina. Each full-time member will serve 1700 hours and each half-time member will serve 900 hours during an 11 month term, from September 2018 through July 2019. The program places members in service with one of 19 host site organizations working to protect the unique natural resources of the southern Blue Ridge Mountain region.
This individual must be interested in joining a team of dedicated professionals to work and live with youth aboard our pungy schooner LADY MARYLAND. Programs are nine-day sea expeditions in the waters of the Chesapeake Bay and the New England coast. Qualified applicants must possess a strong commitment to the education of all students, be motivated self-starters, function success
This is as seasonal position (August 27, 2018 to May 24, 2019) as an environmental educator at Camp Jekyll located on Jekyll Island, Georgia. Seeking individuals with a commitment to education, a genuine interest in child development, dynamic personality, and well-developed communication skills. Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree (education, natural science, environmental education, biology, forestry, outdoor education or related field preferred).
The Volunteer Coordinator VISTA will build a volunteer recruitment database, implement recruiting protocols, and follow best practices to retain volunteers for the Carson City Parks, Recreation and Open Space.
The VISTA Leader will be an essential member of the team for this young nonprofit organization. This person will help to support Truckee Meadows Parks Foundation (TMPF) in expanding and improving existing programs. The VISTA Leader will work in conjunction with a fellow VISTA Leader in assisting the Executive Director in VISTA recruitment and retention by improving and maintaining an applicant database, updating and dispersing position descriptions, and interviewing eligible candidates.
Thorne Summer Camp is a day camp that has been connecting youth to nature since 1957! Each summer, Thorne offers more than 150 “Camp Experiences” for youth ages 3-15. Thorne’s “Camp Experiences” allow youth to explore in nature and offer just the right mix of fun and hands-on learning.
Dates: Week long day camps run from May 29, 2018 through August 10, 2018. Training in mid-May.
Locations: We have camps in Boulder, Louisville, Littleton, and Longmont.
Who: Leading crews of young adults ages 18-25
What: Acting as a co-leader to a crew of up to 10 members on conservation projects around Colorado State and Wyoming
Where: Headquarters and training in Steamboat Springs, CO. Field work varies- Colorado State and Wyoming
When: May 11th- August 10th (Fall opportunities exist)
Who: Working with youth ages 11-15.
Where: Routt County, Colorado
What: Act as an assistant leader guiding crews youth in conservation projects. Some programs involve camping for up to 5 days at a time.
When: May 11th-August 18th (Fall opportunities exist)