Seasonal Positions – scheduled to work February – October
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Outdoor Science Instructor
Seasonal Position – scheduled to work March – October
Work involves coordinating ecological research studies; developing and implementing a comprehensive wetland education program for professionals, educators, students, volunteers, and the public; teaching; preparing curricula, study plans, and other written educational materials; supervising part-time staff naturalists, volunteers, and student interns; attending and organizing professional conferences; coordinating research fieldwork; and carrying out data analysis, and report writing. See www.jugbay.org.
We are seeking a Residential Programs Coordinator with experience directly managing, delivering and organizing outdoor school programs and summer camps. The Residential Programs Coordinator must be a highly organized professional who can effectively deliver weekly programs while managing the program instructors and supporting staff.
The Programs Coordinator will be responsible for program preparation, coordination and facilitation of daily activities and maintaining a supportive and
The Teacher Naturalist (TN) is the front-line educational staff for all ONSC programming and program-related operations. TN’s lead educational activities including interpretive hikes/field investigations on the trail, off-site trips, special topic classes, and various other activities. Programs range from one day to a full week, but are primarily 2 and 3 day overnight programs throughout the school year. Work hours are determined based on program length; Teacher Naturalists are typically assigned to p
Located on Saco Bay on the southern coast of Maine (20 miles south of Portland), The Ecology School ...
The Instructional Intern will teach trail classes in one or more subjects: Biosphere, Geosphere, Hydrosphere, Navigation, Archery, Low Ropes Initiatives, History, and Astronomy. The instructional intern will model best practices with teachers while mentoring high school leaders and interns.
The Leadership Intern will instruct trail classes in one or more subjects: Biosphere, Geosphere, Hydrosphere, Navigation, Archery, Low Ropes Initiatives, History, and Astronomy, to sixth grade students. They will co-teach with classroom teachers and serve as an instructional mentor for high school leaders as well as high school and college interns.The Leadership Advisor will work directly with the Program Director and Program Assistant to develop and run the weekly program. Opportunity to engage in organiz
The Sustainability Education Intern will work to build practices of sustainability on our campus. You will oversee the solid waste reduction, recycling, high-elevation composting, and greenhouse programs on our site. You will instruct students, interns, and high school leaders on principles of sustainability in as well as our biosphere class. Furthermore, you will oversee stewardship projects on our trails.
Welcome to your new office! As a Lead Instructor you will play a vital role in the creation of a co...