Energy and Water Conservation Corpsmembers participate in an intensive year-long program that offers leadership development and an opportunity to serve your community with a diverse crew.
The AmeriCorps Leadership and Conservation Program (ACLC) is a demanding, team-based, leadership experience providing diverse service opportunities in community outreach and environmental stewardship. ACLC Corpsmembers actively participate in and facilitate weekly educational sessions and team building activities, plan and lead service projects, and build leadership skills.
The Outreach and Programs Corpsmember supports various functions in the Programs department, including: monitoring the front lobby and phones, supporting Mile High Youth Corps (MHYC) staff on database management, and playing a key role in the hiring and recruitment processes.
Four-month Residential Fellowship. Teach Environmental Science to 5th graders both in the outdoors and in the classroom! Mentor undergraduate college students as they develop 5th grade curricula and make the transition from student to teacher. Live in a spectacular mountain setting at the Catamount Center's 180-acre mountain campus. www.catamountcenter.org
Wildlands Restoration Volunteers (WRV) seeks a Youth & Inclusiveness Program Director (YIPD) who is passionate about empowering youth and WRV’s mission. The YIPD will develop and run all aspects of our Youth Program, which engages over 600 youth annually through volunteer stewardship field trips, after-school restoration programs, environmental education day camps, and youth leadership trainings.
Aspen Center for Environmental Studies seeks summer naturalists.
Beaver Ponds Environmental Education Center is seeking a Director of Development to lead the develop...
The Sustainability Education Intern will work to build practices of sustainability on our campus. You will oversee the solid waste reduction, recycling, high-elevation composting, and greenhouse programs on our site. You will instruct students, interns, and high school leaders on principles of sustainability in as well as our biosphere class. Furthermore, you will oversee stewardship projects on our trails.
The Leadership Intern will instruct trail classes in one or more subjects: Biosphere, Geosphere, Hydrosphere, Navigation, Archery, Low Ropes Initiatives, History, and Astronomy, to sixth grade students. They will co-teach with classroom teachers and serve as an instructional mentor for high school leaders as well as high school and college interns.Opportunity to engage in organizational and leadership planning.
Growing Gardens is a Boulder-based non-profit organization established in 1998. Growing Gardens mission is to enrich the lives of our community through sustainable urban agriculture. Growing Gardens envisions people experiencing a direct and deep connection with plants, the land and each other.
We offer Environmental Education internships in the Spring (3 months), Summer (3 months), and Full season (8 months).