Opportunity to lead the premiere New York State organization partnering to protect, expand, and enhance a network of parks, trails, and green spaces. Parks & Trails New York (PTNY) seeks an Executive Director to lead the organization into its next phase of growth and statewide impact. PTNY has a budget of $3.5 million (including $2 million in regranting funds), and a staff of 12. PTNY is recognized as a driving force of protection and access to New York’s most treasured green spaces.
The ideal candidate is professional, proactive, dependable, with “team first” drive. This candidate will always jump in to support their team without question. The coordination position is responsible for work which includes food shopping, trip preparation, clean-up, and equipment upkeep. The candidate must have a valid driver’s license and be willing to drive in the tri-county area and must be able to pass a background check.
The river education program at Colorado Canyons Association is multi-faceted and educators must possess a diverse skill set. All River Guides & Outdoor Educators are responsible for planning and executing all aspects of our river education programs and will function as raft guides and outdoor instructors. The Trip Leader position has the additional responsibility of trip oversight and staff management.
Hidden Villa is seeking a creative, collaborative educator who is growth and solutions oriented. The Challenge Course Coordinator reports to the Senior Manager of Education and provides engaging instruction for the pre-K through 12th grade environmental education and challenge education programming of Hidden Villa.
Hidden Villa is seeking a creative, collaborative educator who is growth and solutions oriented. The Garden Coordinator reports to the Senior Manager of Education and provides engaging instruction for the pre-K through 12th grade environmental education and challenge education programming of Hidden Villa.
In collaboration with the MFS AmeriCorps Member team, the CRCL will design and implement a Climate Resilience Service Learning Track and Community Voice Engagement Plan to better understand and address the barriers low-income communities face in accessing clean technologies, climate justice resources and services. The CRCL will also provide AmeriCorps access to climate resilience training and resources, for their service communities and personal climate resiliency goal-setting.
Columbus Academy is seeking an associate teacher for our Explorer Program. This educator will work in collaboration with two lead teachers in a class size of 16 three-and four-year-olds. Teachers work to build and support an environment of independence and creativity while fostering interpersonal skills and a strong sense of community. A great deal of time is spent outdoors, either on the nature playground or out exploring the school's 231-acre campus.
Want to teach at the beach? St. Christopher Camp and Conference Center is seeking passionate, Christian teachers for our Barrier Island Environmental Education Program! BI located on Seabrook Island, about 25 miles from Charleston.
Animal Care Specialists teach campers how to interact with and care for the animals at our on-site farm, which is home to pigs, sheep, alpacas, and goats. Animal Care Specialists create and teach an animal care curriculum for campers aged 4-8, and focus on different topics each week like the animals’ digestive systems or eye and teeth shape.