Are you passionate about inspiring the next generation of environmental leaders? Translate your passion to action with YMCA Earth Service Corps (YESC). Join YESC in beautiful Seattle, WA as a Program Instructor with this multi-faceted program that combines school-based environmental clubs, service-learning projects, outdoor opportunities, and regional environmental education events across the Puget Sound region. YESC is recruiting for these AmeriCorps positions to begin September 2018.
Do you want to work in the Smokies?
Tremont Institute is looking for a Teacher Naturalist to work year-round with a caring team of professional educators while living in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Teacher Naturalists implement all aspects of residential environmental education programs, including teaching daily classes with youth, classroom teachers and adults, conducting evening programs, planning and implementing programs, and assisting in overall center operations.
Woodland Park Zoo is currently seeking a Senior Manager of Early Childhood Programs to provide transformational leadership and strategic vision to define the future of early childhood and parent/caregiver programming at the zoo.
The Environmental Education Manager is responsible for agency environmental education programs. This includes overseeing and participating in the development, implementation, and evaluation of educational programs for a variety of audiences including school and scout programs, public programs, and large-scale special events. Twenty-five to thirty percent of this position’s time is spent teaching and coordinating programs, field trips, and summer camps.
We are currently recruiting for energetic professionals to serve as Field Naturalists for the OCDE Inside the Outdoors (ITO) program. Our ITO programs are unique, hands-on science, social science, and environmental education programs.
Positions range from 2 to 5 days per week from September through June, beginning at $13.50 per hour. Daily hours typically begin at 8:00 a.m. and range from 4 to 8 hours per day. Limited weekend and summer work may be available.
Steward Outdoor School: Growth. Discovery. Adventure.
Creating academically curious leaders and stewards of tomorrow through academic and outdoor exploration, ethical reasoning, and self-discovery in an intentional community.
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology in Ithaca, NY is seeking a full-time Course Developer for their growing eLearning platform and expanding array of online learning tools. The Course Developer will work within a dynamic team including biologists, designers, programmers, and media producers who are dedicated to supporting the curiosity and confidence of lifelong learners and will collaborate with staff throughout the organization to help build a global community of nature enthusiasts.
Members of the Staff at Steward Outdoor School have academic, community and outdoor program responsibilities. Fellows are responsible for implementing a robust community and residential life program, as well as designing and leading outdoor education experiences.
Montezuma School to Farm Project (MSTFP) is a program of the Mancos Conservation District in
Southwestern Colorado. Since 2009, the MSTFP has focused on providing integrated, hands-on school garden
classes in Montezuma County. We accomplish this through experiential education opportunities in outdoor
garden classrooms, on farm field trips, through youth farmers markets, a youth farmer apprenticeship program,
and summer farm camp.