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 ...
Welcome to your new office! As a Lead Instructor you will play a vital role in the creation of a co...
We need you to help educate our youth! Staff needed for new non-profit outdoor education program in the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains of Southern California. The Southern Sierras!
Red Wiggler Community Farm is a sustainable farm where people with and without disabilities come together to work, learn, and grow healthy for food. We are non-profit located 30 minutes away from Washington DC and are looking for an outgoing person to manage our Education and CSA programs.
The Marine Mammal Center, an equal opportunity, non-profit employer, is seeking an Extended Learning Programs Coordinator to join our team. The Marine Mammal Center’s mission is to expand knowledge about marine mammals—their health and that of their ocean environment—and to inspire their global conservation. Our core work is the rescue and rehabilitation of sick and injured marine mammals, supported by state-of-the-art animal care and research facilities, a corps of dedicated volunteers, and an engaged comm
Environmental Education Assistant at Old Woman Creek National Estuarine Research Reserve
Enthusiastic, smart, and team-minded educators needed to teach visiting students about the wonders of the Georgia coast. Join our fabulous team and enjoy a dream job on Tybee Island, Georgia. Housing available.
Montana State Parks AmeriCorps promotes healthy, active and environmentally aware communities by enhancing park land, enriching educational opportunities, building volunteer capactiy, and strengthening community outreach. We are currently hiring members for full-time 10 month positions located in parks throughout the state.
The Montana Audubon Center Naturalist will be a skilled naturalist and educator. S/he will teach existing place-based education lessons along with developing new programs for varied age groups. S/he will assist in evaluating programs and mentoring student interns. In addition, s/he will manage a volunteer program, including developing or updating forms and a record-keeping system, recruiting, and training and supervising volunteers. S/he will be required to work evenings and weekends as needed. This is