The Audubon Naturalist Society (ANS) seeks highly motivated and creative individuals for the 2022 Camp Audubon season as Educators. Educators develop and lead outdoor nature and science camp programs for 16 campers and supervise college-age interns and high school volunteers. Positions are available from 2 to 9 weeks from June 20– August 19. For a complete description visit www.anshome.org/careers
The Audubon Naturalist Society (ANS) seeks highly motivated and creative individuals for the 2022 Camp Audubon season as Interns. Interns assist teachers/naturalists with lessons, games, and hikes and through a gradual schedule will plan and lead lessons on their own by the end of the summer. This is a 10 week, full-time summer internship starting on June 13 and ending on August 19. We provide a $4,000 stipend for the summer and no on-site housing.
Audubon Naturalist Society is the oldest independent environmental organization in the Washington, DC region. ANS’ Conservation Program seeks an intern to help with conducting research, analysis, and outreach for our water quality monitoring program. This position is particularly well suited for a graduate student in environmental science, biology, or a related field.
We are looking for highly motivated and skilled persons to join the Audubon Naturalist Society team. We seek individuals who are passionate about transforming and improving educational outcomes for children in the areas of science and nature.
The Naturalist Educator plans and teaches natural history classes, field trips, and programs throughout the Washington, DC region primarily for adult audiences with an emphasis on attracting new and diverse audience to ANS programs and serves as a natural history resource for staff, membership, media, and the general public.
Rust Nature Sanctuary, operated by Audubon Naturalist Society, hosts field trips throughout the school year for local schools. Topics include watersheds, habitats and more. By educating our children we are developing future environmental stewards!
We need volunteers to help us run these programs at our 68 acre sanctuary in Leesburg ,VA every spring especially in April and May.
Field trips generally run for two hrs from approximately 10 until noon