TreePeople is seeking a Senior Manager to join our policy team. We're looking for a leader who is passionate about transforming Los Angeles into a climate and water-resilient region. The Senior Manager must be eager to create significant policy changes requiring long-term planning and commitment, yet sufficiently focused and detail-oriented to master the day-to-day steps required to see these changes through.
The Malibu Outdoor Science School is accepting applications for our 13 week spring internship. If you have a science degree and wish to get some training and experience to become an outdoor science teacher, this may be a great opportunity for you.
Local park agency looking for one more Seasonal Naturalist for our Residential Outdoor Education program in the Santa Monica Mountains of Southern California. Teach about nature, live in a park, explore the land, and enjoy the weather. Season runs from February 9 to May 22.
We are looking for an individual who is excited about engaging a diverse range of local community members in the stewardship of Mt. Tamalpais as part of the new OneTam Initiative.
NatureBridge is seeking qualified candidates for Environmental Science Educator positions for our 2015-2016 school year programs. Our educators create and implement the environmental science programs that have made NatureBridge one of California's leading non-profit environmental education centers. NatureBridge in Yosemite serves a range of diverse communities across the state and beyond.
We are seeking an Animal Husbandry Manager to live and work on the farm, located on the magnificent coast of West Marin, to care for the animals (goats, sheep, chickens, ducks and bees) and to lead a weekly animal husbandry session for interns in our Teacher in Residence program which focuses on connecting Bay Area youth to the earth and where our food comes from.
Sierra Nevada Journeys is built on a simple premise: Science education is a necessity, and
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Trails Forever is a park wide initiative to engage and sustain a vibrant community of interns in the restoration of trails within the Golden Gate National Parks. With over 80,000 acres of parkland scattered throughout three counties, the Golden Gate National Recreation Area is a place that is both unique and fascinating, where trails play a vital role in the park visitor experience. Trails Forever Interns help maintain a world-class trail system, with the understanding that active engagement in the parkland
Trails Forever, a park wide initiative, and the Park Stewardship program engage and sustain a vibrant community of stewards in the restoration of trails within the Golden Gate National Parks. With over 80,000 acres of parkland scattered throughout three counties, the Golden Gate Trail Crew plays a vital role in the park visitor experience. Interns help maintain a world-class trail system, with the understanding that active engagement in the parklands leads to a deeper appreciation of their value.