If you are someone who values our natural resources, is passionate about working with youth through environmental education, and wants to make meaningful community connections-- this is the position for you! Starting Sept. 1, 2018, this position serves in schools throughout Whatcom County to educate youth in our community about conservation of natural resources and is based in beautiful Bellingham, Washington!
This position will support instruction and disciplinary expertise in Captive Wildlife Care and Education at Unity College. Teaching includes 24 course credits annually, consisting of a combination of Introduction to Captive Wildlife Care and Education, Animal Training, Enrichment and Exhibit Design and the Captive Wildlife Care and Education Capstone and/or other classes as assigned. Other duties include advising, professional development, and service to the College.
The Naturalist I (Education Specialist) plans, develops and implements Outdoor Experiences programs to increase the public's environmental awareness and concern for the conservation, preservation, and management of local watersheds and their plant and animal communities through interpretation education, and stewardship activities.
Naturalist I is a temporary position that is grant funded by the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District and is currently funded through 12/31/2019.
Performs administrative support and programming duties for El Paso County, Colorado's Bear Creek Nature Center or Fountain Creek Nature Center, including planning and leading programs, volunteer scheduling, marketing, program registration and development of marketing efforts, including the seasonal program guides.
Alderleaf is seeking a friendly, organized, and motivated individual that shares our passion for wilderness education to join our team. The office manager position at Alderleaf is a key communication point for all programs and is responsible for the professional day-to-day functioning of the school office. This full-time position covers a wide range of administrative roles including receptionist, admissions, student support, facility care, and outreach assistance.
The Heronwood Field Station is a program and facility of the Kalamazoo Nature Center. The field station offers year-round Science, Research, and Conservation programs, as well as, graduate level research opportunities.
Heronwood’s primary program is a high school Education for Employment class in Conservation Biology. The individual in this position is responsible for assisting in all aspects of the institute with a focus on part time instruction and coordination of programming.
Tiny Trees Preschool is recruiting for AmeriCorps Residency Teaching positions for August, 2018. These positions will help teachers manager classrooms, engage with children, supervise excursions, implement literacy projects, and play outside!
Tiny Trees Preschool is Seattle's largest outdoor preschool, with class sites scattered throughout Seattle, and the wider King County area. These positions will be through the CNCS (AmeriCorps), and will be 40 hours a week.
The Watershed Project (TWP) is seeking an Environmental Educator to support our successful watershed education programs. This is an 11 month BAYAC AmeriCorps fellowship. The fellow will advance our mission through teaching and inspiring the next generation of watershed stewards. Under the direction of the program staff at TWP, the fellow will provide support for our watershed education efforts, such as classroom and field-based programs, coastal cleanups, and restoration events.
Minnesota GreenCorps is a statewide AmeriCorps program coordinated by the MN Pollution Control Agency, with a mission to preserve and protect Minnesota's environment and strengthen communities while training a new generation of environmental professionals. MN GreenCorps members serve full-time for 11 months at environmental nonprofits, government agencies, and educational institutions throughout Minnesota.
We are seeking a compassionate and enthusiastic educator to run a new environmental education program for underserved children in LCPS schools. We seek a strong candidate with experience teaching preschool children, a love of nature and the outdoors, and a desire to help young children learn about and connect with the environment. Individuals who are active and comfortable exploring the outdoors in all types of weather are desired.Flexibility, reliability, and organizational skills are key .