Schmeeckle Reserve, a field station of the College of Natural Resources (CNR) at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, invites applications for an M.S.-level assistantship beginning in fall 2020. The assistantship provides opportunities to teach and mentor undergraduate students and gain experience managing a visitor center and natural area while pursuing a Master of Science Degree in Natural Resources with an emphasis in Environmental Education and Interpretation.
The Aldo Leopold Nature Center seeks a motivated, organized, and creative individual who is excited about the field of environmental education and the world of non-profit organizations. The primary function of this internship is to offer you the opportunity to learn about non-profit functionality and connect with network members while increasing the capacity of the Nature Net program to do meaningful work in our community. In this role, you will work behind the scenes and promote nature learning.
This is an exciting opportunity to work on an AmeriCorps conservation crew with the Conservation Corps North Carolina. The crew will partner with local public land managers to accomplish meaningful projects to improve, restore and protect North Carolina’s land and water. The crew schedule and project schedule may vary depending upon project partner needs. Meals are provided while in the field.
Briar Bush Nature Center (BBNC) seeks enthusiastic, motivated counselors to teach children in an outdoor setting. The mission of Briar Bush is to inspire people of all ages and backgrounds to explore and protect nature by encouraging curiosity and scientific inquiry.