Paul Smith's College offers a master's degree in Natural Resources Conservation with a concentration in Sustainable Communities, which includes coursework in Strategic Communication for Sustainability and Building Collaborative Communities.
Paul Smith’s College of Arts and Sciences is taking applicants in its new hybrid, low-residency, one-year master’s program in Natural Resources Conservation. This program is ideal for working professionals seeking to extend or elevate their careers in the natural resources and combines a two-week summer residency plus two additional weekends at Paul Smith’s acclaimed lakeside campus with online learning the rest of the year.
The VIC seeks individuals with environmental education and interpretation experience to lead and develop public programs focusing on the history and naturalist history of the VIC and Adirondacks, to assist with individualized special projects such as digital media communications, school program lesson plan development, or trail work, provide excellent customer service to visitors, assist visitors to the VIC at the front desk and retail shop, and more.
The Paul Smith’s College (PSC) Visitor Interpretive Center (VIC) is a 3,000-acre working forest and interpretive site, home to 25 miles of running, hiking, and skiing trails. The PSC VIC seeks a part-time, year-round employee who has experience in environmental interpretation; trail maintenance and grooming; and customer service. This position requires a 24-30 hour weekly commitment; hours and days per week would be consistent seasonally.