Fern & Feather Preschool at Mass Audubon's Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary in Edgartown, Massachusetts, on Martha's Vineyard, seeks a new Director. The Preschool Director will oversee and manage operations of a successful nature preschool, meeting Mass Audubon’s early education goals and objectives for nature preschools as well as attending to the needs of children and families in the school community.
This Educator Coordinator position will work closely with members of the camp and school programs team to provide youth programing across the South East Region. Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary in Attleboro will be the primary location for this position.
During the summer, the Education Coordinator will serve as the Assistant Camp Director responsible for overseeing Oak Knoll Nature Camp.
The Camps, Youth, and Family Education Manager is responsible for the oversight and management of Mass Audubon’s 18 nature camps, and environmental education programs for youth and families offered at our nature centers and in partnership with community groups.
The Climate Change Education Manager commits the majority of their time coordinating, overseeing, and evaluating two youth climate action programs—Mass Audubon’s Youth Climate Leadership Program, and College Climate Action Advocates. They also serve as one of the organizational subject matter experts on climate change education and participate in regional and national initiatives that aim to increase climate literacy for people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds.
A twelve-week course and professional learning opportunity for environmental educators who focus on adult audiences. Tuesdays, 2:30-4:30pm ET, September 21-December 7, 2021. Instructor: Lucy Gertz, an acclaimed environmental educator with over 40 years experience, is Mass Audubon’s Statewide Education Projects Manager. Lucy is currently a Lesley University doctoral candidate researching the relationship between environmental education and conservation behavior in adult learners. Fee: $150 per person to take this as a non-credit course.
Date and Time:
Tuesday, September 21, 2021, 2:30pm to Tuesday, December 7, 2021, 4:30pm
The Community Engagement Coordinator develops and implements young adult and adult programming aimed at fostering and growing community partnerships in Southeastern Massachusetts along the South Coast including in the communities of Fall River, New Bedford, and Wareham. We are looking for an experienced young adult and/or adult educator who is enthusiastic, highly motivated, dedicated to urban environmental education and climate change education, as well as dedicated to partnership building.
Build a sustainable community with iPlan! This online tool teaches middle and high school students about environmental concepts and civic engagement. Through this tool, students research land use and climate change, and create a map of their own community that will lead to a healthy future for all residents.
Massachusetts Audubon is looking for naturally curious substitute preschool teachers who have a deep respect for young children and the ability to work collaboratively with a dynamic team of talented teachers in three of our nature preschools: Pathways to Nature at the Boston Nature Center (Mattapan), Drumlin Farm Community Preschool at Drumlin Farm (Lincoln) and Ipswich River Nature Preschool (Wenham).
The Naturalist focuses on planning and leading programs that focus very strongly on natural history. Each week the Naturalist is responsible for running Nature Groups on a natural history topic as well as several Discovery Groups. This person works closely with the Lead Naturalist and assists the Program Manager in maintaining Wildwood’s gardens and Nature Center program supplies.
This position is a seasonal full time position 6/1/2020 - 8/24/2020
Mass Audubon is seeking an experienced, passionate, inspirational leader with a strong background in non-profit management, donor development, environmental science, and education to serve as Sanctuary Director of Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary on Cape Cod in Wellfleet, Massachusetts. The Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary encompasses 937 acres and 5 miles of trails through salt marsh, barrier beach and pine woodlands overlooking Wellfleet Bay, which supports a rich diversity of wildlife.