Do you love to work outside, have a sense of humor, and enjoy working with children? Spend a season in the sunny Carolinas as a School Year Programs Instructor with YMCA Camp Thunderbird! Located on beautiful Lake Wylie, the Environmental Education Center and Conference & Retreat Program provide unique learning experiences for school groups and community groups. Instructors teach classes during the week for our Environmental Education Center and lead programs for visiting retreat groups.
NatureBridge provides environmental science education experiences for more than 30,000 students and their teachers every year in the world’s best classrooms: our National Parks. Our mission is to connect young people to the science and wonder of the natural world, igniting self-discovery, and inspiring stewardship of the planet.
The Education Program Assistant will have a passion for environmental and experiential education. She or he is an enthusiastic member of the education team and excited about building a comprehensive after school program and building community partnerships with outside organizations and communities for Boyce Thompson Arboretum. The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable or enthusiastic in learning about desert ecology, teaching, and have a passion for working with children and adults.
Inspire young people through experiential outdoor learning at one of the largest environmental education programs in the nation! Located on Jekyll Island State Park, one of four barrier islands in Georgia that has vehicle access to the mainland, Georgia 4-H at Camp Jekyll offers environmental education programming for K-12 school groups.
Camp Green Meadows Outdoor School is seeking individuals to join our team. CGMOS is a Residential Outdoor Science School owned and operated by Merced County Office of Education. We are a COSA certified program and have been in operation for over 60 years. We are seeking dedicated individuals, committed to science education and experiential learning, that foster character and community. Camp Green Meadows is located just two miles from the southern entrance to Yosemite National Park!
Camp Green Meadows Outdoor School is seeking individuals to join our team. CGMOS is a Residential Outdoor Science School owned and operated by Merced County Office of Education. We are a COSA certified program and have been in operation for over 60 years. Camp Green Meadows is located in Fish Camp, California, two miles from the southern entrance to Yosemite National Park!
During the school year, we provide single day and residential overnight science education as well as character development on our challenge course for students
primarily in grades 5-8. We aim to support SEL in every student and staff member.
Teacher Naturalists at Westminster Woods are dedicated individuals who are committed to environmental education and experiential learning. We encourage opportunities for growth and professional development and strive to create strong community.
It is the primary responsibility of the Traveling Natural History Program Science Educator to work as part of a collaborative and dynamic staff team, deliver educational lessons to a variety of audiences, support the science curriculum at Chewonki, and provide high quality care to our resident animals. The Science Educator should be enthusiastic about carrying out Chewonki’s mission through fun, engaging, and impactful educational experiences for people of all ages; particularly children.
We provide people of all ages and backgrounds with the skills to enjoy the outdoors and an increased understanding of their connection to the natural world. Our Youth Environmental & Outdoor Educators predominantly lead trips for participants in grades K-12 and teens, but will also be cross-trained and occasionally scheduled to lead with families as well. Schedules are varied and include all days of the week. Trips range in length, but time off and work are balanced for staff.
Pickering Creek is located on a tidal tributary of the Chesapeake Bay. The Center's 400 acres are a microcosm of Maryland's Eastern Shore. We seek three enthusiastic individuals that are willing to inspire others about the natural world and take conservation action. Each School-Year Educator will assist in growing and delivering our successful environmental education programs.
Looking for a great opportunity to work in education programming, perform community outreach, and work with animals? HARD is looking for a Program Leader III, overseeing the wildlife education department, with the primary focus of operating an educational program focusing on nature and local wildlife and the training of several resident animals for educational program use at one of our nature centers.
This is a 8 week seasonal position educating elementary aged students about a variety of outdoor topics. The work takes place at a small ranch in the Jemez Mountains about 80 miles North of Albuquerque, New Mexico. The elevation is about 7900 ft. Salary is 12.00/hr, rustic housing is provided.
Where does seaweed look for a job? In the kelp-wanted section :) Join our dynamic team of environmental educators and animal ambassadors committed to reaching children in their schools and on our beautiful 240-acre site. We affect children's lives and impact their choice. “The Earth is what we all have in common.” (Wendell Berry)
Are you looking for a job working to connect people, communities and the natural world? Do you enjoy engaging learners of all ages? Wenatchee River Institute is hiring a Community Programs Educator! The Community Programs Educator will work primarily with WRI’s Community Programs and will also support WRI’s Youth Programs.
Spend a season in the sunny Carolinas as a School Year Programs Instructor with YMCA Camp Thunderbird! Instructors teach classes during the week for our Environmental Education Center and lead programs for visiting retreat groups. Our curriculum of 24 classes range in topics from ecology to history to high adventure classes. Compensation includes $400/week, staff housing, most meals, free internet, and a Charlotte YMCA Membership.
AmeriCorps members serving with the Potomac Valley Audubon Society (PVAS) will provide environmental outreach and education to youth in Jefferson, Berkeley, and Morgan Counties in West Virginia in formal and informal settings.