The Cooper Center for Environmental Learning is looking for two passionate people to work as part of its education team for the 2015-16 school year. Cooper's residential and day programs focus on positive experiences in nature, basic ecological understandings, and inspiring each participant to live more lightly on the earth. It's programs reach over 4,000 K-8 students from across Southern Arizona each year.
Trout Unlimited is looking for someone to fill a national-level position with responsibilities for supporting volunteer leaders and youth program participants across the country. Ideal candidates will have a background in K-12 education (with preference given for experience creating curriculum and managing field-based environmental or science education initiatives). The position location is negotiable, with a preference for candidates in the upper Midwest, Southwest or Pacific Northwest United States.
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GCU is one of Arizona’s leading higher learning institutions. Based in Phoenix, the regionally accredited, private, inter-denominational Christian university offers a large number of online and campus-based bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs through its 8 colleges.
If you think the purpose of an educator is to help students become contributing members of society, not only through teaching skills but through teaching abilities that last a lifetime, GCU may be the place for you!
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Tucson Audubon Seeks Executive Director
Tucson Audubon Society seeks a visionary leader with high-level development and management skills to lead and direct the activities of the organization. Based in Tucson, Arizona, the Executive Director provides direction and oversight to a staff of 20, manages a budget of $1.5 million, and partners with the Board of Directors to lead the implementation of its strategic vision and identify opportunities for growth and expansion.