Year long internships at an environmental education field station on a remote island in The Bahamas. Multiple certifications are provided with room & board and a monthly stipend. Work includes environmental education, trip facilitation, and station work.
This is a full-time position for 11 months (renewal is possible) as an environmental educator living at our field station on Andros. Interns will focus on environmental education, trip facilitation, field station operations, and maintenance. Applicants should have at least one year of environmental education experience and a degree in a science/education related field or certified as a PADI Divemaster.
The Program Coordinator of International Field Studies (IFS) has two main responsibilities: 1) responsible for marketing and sales activities for IFS and 2) act as the liaison between IFS and the trip instructor/students to ensure that all details of each trip are handled properly and IFS is of maximum assistance to the instructor/students. Position based in Columbus, Ohio.
Join our team of environmental educators at Forfar Field Station on Andros, Bahamas for a year living beachfront, educating US and Bahamian students, exploring coral reefs, blue holes, and the island's various habitats. Learn to dive with us and spend a year at our rustic, rural field station living a more simplified life! It will be unlike any other experience and is a great internship for personal growth.
Over see the operations and environmental education programming at Forfar Field Station on Andros, Bahamas for International Field Studies, Inc. a nonprofit celebrating 50 years of promoting science education, research, and conservation. Requires on-site living with a start date of April 15, 2020 and must commit to a two year commitment.