Youth Education Manager



Washington, DC
United States

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The National Park Foundation (NPF) is entering an exciting phase in increasing impact, amplifying the stellar work of the National Park Service (NPS) and working toward a “collective” campaign that vastly increases the ability of NPF to support an extraordinary visitor experience for all people who visit any of the 420+ national park sites. The work of NPF programs is split into two primary categories, Connect and Protect. The primary role of Manager, Programs and Partnerships (PnP) is to meaningfully advance core projects that support the strategic theme of “Connecting Audiences” under the Connect pillars of NPF’s strategic plan. This work entails education, recreation, and visitor engagement programs that directly support the NPS and its partners. The programs Open OutDoors for Kids, Junior Ranger Angler and Field Science fall within the Youth Engagement and Education pillar and the Outdoor Exploration pillar which both work to connect youth, students, and families to meaningful, high-quality, safe and memorable experiences at parks across the country. The Manager will be responsible for planning, guiding, administering and assessing a subset of NPF’s programs and projects focused on youth education and engagement in national parks. Learn more about this position.

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$70,000.00 To 95,000.00 Annually