Join the Mass Audubon team-be a part of Massachusetts’ largest conservation and environmental education organization! Drumlin Farm Community Preschool seeks a dynamic, energetic part-time teacher (16-20) hours/week) to teach hands-on farm/nature emergent curriculum with a multi-disciplinary focus, to preschoolers on a working farm and sanctuary. Individuals will work with the director to implement, develop and oversee the preschool program in accordance with Mass Audubon’s goals and objectives, and MA state
The Wild Center seeks to fill 2, year-long interpretive naturalist internships with an emphasis on all things maple. 25% of the year has an almost exclusive focus on maple sugaring, working with our partners in the Northern NY Maple Project on educating the public, school children, and community members on the science and art of maple sugaring. Throughout the rest of the year, interns will work alongside the education department to create and implement public programs.
The Wild Center seeks to fill 2, year-long interpretive naturalist internships. Interns will work alongside the education department to create and implement public programs including walks, flat water canoe trips, live animal programs, Science on a Sphere programs, and more. Candidate will also be responsible for leading school programs, maintaining the exhibit floor, working with volunteers, board members, and staff from every department, assisting with organizing events, and managing museum-wide programs.
The Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History is seeking a Program Coordinator to coordinate and deliv...
Field Instructors – Environmental Education
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The Ogden Nature Center is seeking a full-time volunteer coordinator to join their team. This position offers a unique opportunity to be involved in all aspects of our work at the Ogden Nature Center: from stewardship of our nature preserve, habitat restoration and invasive weed management, environmental education, to community events management.
In January 2015, EarthEcho will assume responsibility for the World Water Monitoring Challenge (WWMC). We are seeking a self-directed employee to:
• Lead the ongoing development, coordination, and implementation of the WWMC program globally to build public awareness and involvement in protecting water resources.
• Grow participation in WWMC to 1 million participants within three years.
• Work closely with EarthEcho’s Education Director to ensure consistency with the organ
Urban Roots is accepting applications for full-time, yearlong, AmeriCorps members...
The Anchorage Park Foundation is recruiting for a full-time Youth Employment in Parks Program Manage...
The Regional Leadership Coordinator supports the Environmental Education Association of Oregon by establishing a regional environmental and conservation education network in the Portland Metropolitan Region.