(Los Angeles, CA)
TITLE: Chief Executive Officer
To coordinate the development, implementation and evaluation of a specified program or project which provides services to clients/participants or employees of the Department to which assigned; and to perform related duties as assigned.
The Program Specialist hired for this location will be responsible for developing and implementing outdoor nature-based programming for culturally diverse and low income communities and/or groups throughout Ramsey County Parks and Regional Trails.
The Nature Museum is seeking a Part Time Educator, with a background in environmental science, ecology, environmental education, and/or youth development, to assist with the “Teenagers Exploring and Explaining Nature and Science” (TEENS) school year program. TEENS is an out-of-school time program that engages a cohort of 15-20 Chicago high school students in youth-led studies of the ecosystems found in the city’s parks, neighborhoods, and forest preserves.
The primary objective of the AmeriCorps Member is to assist the Y’s Community Coordinator to advance the play, learn, serve and work goals of the Department of Interior’s youth initiative thereby increasing connections to nature and engagement on public lands.
Deadline to Apply: September 8, 2015 @ 5:00pm, Pacific
Salary: $71,050 - $95,214 annually
Location: Lenox, MA
Sanctuary: Pleasant Valley
Mass Audubon’s Berkshire Sanctuaries provide enga...
The Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator VISTA will work to recruit and retain volunteers and members, as well as to improve Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful's community education and outreach efforts.
The Development Coordinator VISTA will primarily work to develop Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful's fundraising programs and materials, as well as the individual membership program to help grow the organization’s education and beautification programs.
The Eduction Coordinator VISTA will work primarily to build Keep Truckee Meadows Beautiful's Warriors Youth Education program, which is designed to inspire students to be stewards of our community’s air, land, and water.
This person will assist in producing and conducting a variety of nature programs for the public related to South Carolina animals, plants and habitats. The individual will care for a collection of live animals including reptiles and amphibians, fish, small mammals and others. He/she will use social media, websites and other promotional tools and produce b-roll footage and educational video segments for the” Coastal Kingdom” TV show. Web/technology skills and video production a plus.