Dogwood Canyon and Trinity River Audubon Centers are critical to Audubon’s education and conservation initiatives in North Texas. The two education centers welcome 50,000 visitors annually. The Centers’ conservation education programs serve public school districts across North Texas as well as private schools, home schools, families and individuals. Together the centers serve more than 25,000 students annually.
The purpose of the summer camp educators will be to leader summer camp programs conducted by Audubon New Mexico and the Randall Davey Audubon Center in Santa Fe. Educators will lead groups of campers, ages 5-12, in outdoor, hands-on activities during week-long day camps. Qualified applicants will have at least 3-5 years of experience teaching young children, especially in outdoor environments.
Audubon on Campus is a bold new initiative to develop Audubon chapters on college and university campuses and engage student ambassadors in leadership and career development opportunities in conservation and advocacy. The Program Manager, Audubon on Campus will lead strategic outreach, development, implementation, and evaluation for Audubon on Campus, growing it into a powerhouse program that connects a new generation to Audubon’s mission across hundreds of campuses.
The Diversity and the Conservation Movement module explores how to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion in the conservation movement and how to increase the reach and impact of our collective work.