This is a year-round senior staff position at Chincoteague Bay Field Station
The Nature Foundation at Wintergreen seeks an Education Director to serve as the face of the organization in its educational efforts. The Education Director will coordinate the implementation of environmental education programs for youth and adults at Wintergreen and within surrounding communities, including area schools.
This is a year-round senior staff position ideal for those who are looking to take the next step along their marine science, conservation, or informal education career path. The College Program Coordinator (CPC) works closely with university faculty to plan field visits, summer courses and research, maintains field and laboratory equipment and saltwater aquaria, crews as first mate aboard the inshore and offshore research vessels, and supervises all college staff and interns.
Legacy International is seeking a highly qualified, dynamic, environmental instructor for the Global...
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.
Legacy International seeks a team of qualified, energetic, thoughtful and caring individuals with ex...
Friends of the National Zoo (FONZ) is seeking experienced teachers and creative individuals to lead elementary and middle school-aged children in weeklong summer camps at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo.
The Nature Foundation at Wintergreen (Virginia) is hiring and environmental education intern to assist in designing and leading interpretive programs for children and adults. Visit www.twnf.org!
The Virginia Zoo's Education Department seeks enthusiastic and self-motivated individuals to facilitate education and animal programs such as animal encounters, children’s camps, Zoo Snoozes, and the ZooLive stage show. Candidates must possess experience in public speaking and teaching children of a variety of ages, including very young children; be organized, creative and flexible; have good communication skills; and be able to work well in a team.
Marine Science Camp Interns will gain an in depth understanding of the dynamic ecosystems of a barrier island, receive training in Environmental Interpretation and Education, and gain experience creating educational curricula for ages 8-18.