Pollinator Partnership (P2) is looking for an experienced and passionate professional who possesses the skills to expand and enhance the NRCS and Pollinator Partnership pollinator programs. This candidate should be a detailed and team-oriented professional, have a strong work ethic, and be committed to the mission and values of P2. The successful candidate should be interested in agriculture and pollinator conservation.
Wild Whatcom is seeking a Community & Volunteer Programs Manager, responsible for the development, tracking, evaluation, and quality of all of our Community Programs as well as volunteer recruitment, onboarding, & appreciation. Community Programs include: Wild Things, Ladies Night Out and Family Field Trips, with expanded program options planned for the fall. An ideal candidate has experience in program management, working with a wide variety of individuals, & a passion getting folks outside!
Based in Middlebury, Vermont and serving Addison County, this AmeriCorps Member position will maintain and protect 3,700+ acres of conserved lands and 30 miles of public recreation trails. The member will inspire and foster a strong environmental ethic through nature science education for youth and adults while inspiring responsible outdoor recreation.
Community Volunteer Ambassadors (CVAs) support Volunteer-in-Parks programs at National Part Service sites nationwide. The Community Volunteer Ambassador Program was developed to support NPS sites in connecting with their local communities through service and to provide young adults with a professional development opportunity within the National Park Service. CVAs provide capacity for NPS sites to establish community partnerships, develop new volunteer opportunities, and build program resources.
The Community Engagement Associate will provide support to River Network’s corporate relationships and their investments and engagement in local projects that restore water quality and quantity (e.g., community clean-ups, litter removal projects, etc.).
Working under the direction of the Clean Water Program Director, the Salt Watch Campaign Manager will manage the League’s Salt Watch monitoring program. The Salt Watch Campaign Manager will have the opportunity to grow this program with new, intensive advocacy campaigns in select communities across the Midwest, Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. Managing this program includes volunteer and partner recruitment and retention, test kit creation and distribution, and developing advocacy campaigns.
Wild Bear’s nonprofit mission is to inspire a lifelong connection to nature and community through creative exploration of the outdoors. We are seeking a highly-motivated, detail-oriented team player with marketing and community engagement skills to help maintain, develop, and improve our growing organization. Job responsibilities include nature center front desk operations, visitor engagement, social media, marketing material design, website management, and more.
Descripción del puesto: Enlace Comunitario de Nature Kids (Jóvenes de la Naturaleza)
Se reporta con: El director de Nature For All
Estatus del trabajo: Empleado por temporada o estado de contratista temporal
Salario: $ 23 / hora, promedio de 30 horas / semana y el 31 de agosto de 2022
El Enlace Comunitario de Jóvenes de la Naturaleza se centrará en eliminar las barreras a la participación en los programas de NKJN para los jóvenes de Boulder y Lafayette y sus familias.
The Nature Kids Community Liaison will focus on removing barriers to participation in NKJN programs for Boulder and Lafayette youth and their families who have historically experienced disparities in access to the outdoors and outdoor programming.
Seasonal Employee, or, temporary contractor status
Salary: $23/hour, 30 hours/week average between March 28, 2022 – August 31, 2022
The Community Coordinator will support the Backyard Habitat Certification Program by providing support on projects with existing and new community partners. In particular, they’ll work with organizations that center the lived experience and needs of people who are Black, Indigenous, and/or people of color (BIPOC), people with low incomes, people who immigrated to the U.S., and disabled community members.
Be a conservation leader for your community! Be part of an intentional effort to support your neighbors in connecting with local nature while also meeting other community needs. Help Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge become a trusted community asset, reflective of the entire community, that is equitable and collaborative in pursuit of our conservation mission.
The Public Engagement Specialist develops trust-based relationships with historically marginalized community members and organizations to reduce barriers and ensure the whole community can access and feel connected to natural areas. Half of this position is focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts, both internally and externally, and half of this position is focused on delivering programs and services to traditional and new audiences.
Advocates for Urban Agriculture (AUA) is a coalition of urban farms, community and school gardens, individuals and businesses working to empower urban growers to foster thriving communities through sustainable agriculture and equitable food systems.
The main role of the Community Engagement Manager is to support our virtual community platform, Our Outdoors, which empowers parents and caregivers to create nature play opportunities for their young kids.
Mohonk Preserve, in New Paltz, New York, has exceptional Environmental Education programs for all ages including in-school programs; field studies; Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM); public and teen programs and more. We are seeking an individual who loves the outdoors and working with children, with excellent teaching, organizational and interpersonal skills.
North Cascades Institute is looking for a Director of Inclusion and Community Partnerships to join our Leadership Team. This is a regular, exempt, full-time position located at the Institute’s Sedro-Woolley office, with regular, scheduled time at the Environmental Learning Center (supervision and location TBD based on COVID-19 impacts). People of Color and members of the LGBTQ+ community are strongly encouraged to apply.