Hiring a 6 month environmental educator to assist with Wallowa Resources Youth Stewardship Education Programs.
Position: Summer Intern
Location: Opal Creek Wilderness Area, Oregon
Work year: Seasonal: June 30 to August 31
Responsible to: Program Director
Join the Education Team of the Audubon Society of Portland and tour the Pacific Northwest with youth eager to learn about the region’s wild areas and wildlife. Day Camps are based in beautiful Forest Park in Portland, Oregon. Weeklong overnight Summer Camps are based in a variety of settings including the coast, Mount Hood and the San Juan Islands. Instructors work as a team, implementing innovative, hands-on environmental education programs according to weekly educational themes.
POSITION; Wilderness Instructors - Programs run in Alaska, British Columbia, Oregon, Washington, No...
The Freshwater Trust, a non-profit leader in stream and river restoration, is seeking a Habitat Restoration Coordinator/Project Manager to advance instream and riparian restoration work designed to benefit salmon and steelhead, and watershed function. This 1.0 FTE position will work with Habitat Program staff to complete tasks associated with project development, implementation, evaluation, and reporting. The Habitat Coordinator will also work closely with Development, Operations, and Monitoring staff.
Communications Coordinator, Oregon Wild, Portland, Oregon
Founded in 1974, Oregon Wild is a non-pr...
Full-time Internship positions available with the BLM at Yaquina Head Natural Outstanding Area, on Oregon’s rocky shores - a great opportunity for those interested in education, interpretation, natural resources, recreation and parks. Explore tide pools with park visitors; describe natural history of marine mammal, birds and park features; staff the site’s interpretive center and fee collection station; lead costumed interpretation in Oregon’s tallest lighthouse;
Project Description: Environment for the Americas (EFTA) is collaborating with the Bureau of Land Management on Celebra las Aves Playeras (Celebrate Shorebirds), a comprehensive approach to engaging Hispanics/Latinos in natural resource careers and conservation action through internships at five sites. EFTA will recruit 8 Hispanic/Latino interns (ages 18-25) from colleges and local communities, especially youth who live near research sites to help create long-term relationships.
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department has one (1) permanent, full-time position at their headqu...
Project Location: 8600 NE 117th Ave, Vancouver, Washington
Start Date: ...