This position requires a multi-dimensional educator with natural science content knowledge and a passion for the outdoors and teaching. job. Program development responsibilities, especially curriculum writing and revision, are also essential.
The Coordinator develops and delivers school and community outreach education, after school programming, and summer programs.
Spark Montessori is seeking a Lead Outdoor Guide for our Toddler classroom! We spend every afternoon out at a beautiful public park, allowing our children time to play and explore in nature! Along with our work with children, we also encourage and provide professional development opportunities for all our teachers!
Perform programming and visitor services via interpretation of both natural and cultural history of the area at Forest Preserve visitor facilities. Develop, organize, and implement interpretive and recreational programs, activities, exhibits, and events at their respective facility.
Are you a 5-8th grade STEM teacher who wants to connect your students with real STEM professional mentors to help them see themselves in STEM? Apply to host the 22-23 Letters to a Pre-Scientist program!
The Nature Museum is seeking two Education Interns for the “Teenagers Exploring and Explaining Nature and Science” (TEENS) summer program. TEENS is a six-week program engaging Chicago public high school students in youth-driven investigations of urban ecosystems. Education Interns will assist with the development and implementation of field- and lab-based experiences for TEENS participants developing research projects in urban ecology.
Evanston Ecology Center invites you to join our summer camp team as Camp Director at Wildflower Camp. This unique preschool program for children ages 3-4 is designed to develop small and large motor skills, creativity, and imagination while exploring science and experiencing the joys of nature. Each two-week session meets Monday through Thursday and has a different theme. Daily activities combine outdoor exploration with play, crafts, stories, songs and nature discoveries.
Reporting to staff from the Conservation and Experiential Programming Department, provides hands-on EE and outdoor recreation activities to District patrons at a variety of special events, activities and programs at numerous locations around the District including Nature Centers, Program Facilities, Outdoor Classrooms and Campgrounds. Conservation & Experiential Program Aides perform a wide range of duties related to nature-based, programming and customer service interaction
The Forest Preserve District of Will County is accepting resumes for a part-time guest services assistant at Hidden Oaks Nature Center, in Bolingbrook Illinois. Position Description: Provide operational support for the day-to-day functionality of the visitor facility through hosting rentals and staffing the front desk. Application Deadline: April 18, 2022. Salary: $16/hour.
For full details check out www.reconnectwithnature.org click on About Us/Employment.
The Forest Preserve District of Will County is accepting resumes for 2 part-time Interpretive Naturalists at Hidden Oaks Nature Center, in Bolingbrook Illinois. Resumes will be accepted until Monday, April 18, 2022. Minimum Salary: $21.15/hour. For full details check the website: https://www.reconnectwithnature.org Click on About Us / Employment
Calling Grades 6–16 Science and Informal Educators: This summer workshop prepares educators to engage students in citizen science data collection about the milkweed plants, herbivores, and pollinators. Data will help us make better decisions about how to plant milkweed to support monarch butterfly populations.
Date and Time:
Monday, June 27, 2022, 9:00am to Thursday, June 30, 2022, 1:00pm
Under minimal supervision, develop, coordinate, manage, and supervise the day-to-day operational and programmatic aspects of the visitor facility and other programmatic sites. Develop long-term strategic plans for exhibits, programs, and visitation that will ensure the sustainability and relevance of the visitor center in the county.
The National Great Rivers Research and Education Center is looking for an Environmental Educator to join our team. Work with a group of Environmental Educators to develop, implement, and evaluate k-12 and adult education programs in the Mississippi River Watershed.
It is with great pleasure and excitement that we share the “final” iteration of the 2022-2025 Affiliate Network Work Plan. This plan is a result of several years of work culminating in a facilitated process to create strategies and tactics to help us reach the Network Goals established last year. This post contains a copy of the work plan, the launch webinar recording, and copies of the slides from the webinar for Affiliates to use.
Assist with the day-to-day planning and implementation of weekly Summer Science Camp sessions with a primary focus on making Summer Camp a more inclusive environment for a wide range of camper abilities.
Windy City Harvest Youth Farm hires high school students for summer and after-school jobs. In order to be eligible for Windy City Harvest, students must be currently enrolled in high school, at least 14 years old, and live or go to school near the farm site to which they are applying.
Students work on the farms May through October and must be able to commit to the shift for their farm. Shift information is listed on the application for each site.
This is the job you'll be talking about for the rest of your life! We are a fun-loving group of river rats. We’ve removed nearly 12 million pounds of garbage from America’s rivers (11,463,579 to be exact!), which is our reactive way to take care of a real problem. The proactive side of that is engaging and educating students in preventing the problem before it happens! Our social media specialist is vital to our organization as we educate the masses in a positive, uplifting way.