The National Wildlife Federation’s (NWF) Regional Office in Missoula seeks an AmeriCorps Member to assist the Montana Education Manager with promoting environmental stewardship and engaging communities and partners in opportunities that help develop and connect community stewards, support sustainable environmental education, and restore/protect wildlife habitat. The NWF education programs supported by this work include the Garden for Wildlife suite of program
Melanie Schikore writes about her Community Action Project (CAP) that uses action research methods to work towards community sustainability goals, particularly the transformation of grass lawns to sustainable yards.
The Operations Manager is an integral member of the Outdoor Education Center administrative team, who work together to support our interns, seasonal staff, and school partners. Specific areas of responsibility for the Operations Manager includes providing pre- and post-program administrative and operational support to our partner schools and families and acting as a liaison with the Glen Helen Association finance team.
As we prepare for an upcoming national survey of nature preschools, the Natural Start Alliance is counting nature-based preschools in the US. Help us find your program by joining the Alliance as an organizational member today!
An exciting opportunity has arisen with thanks to funding to join the community and discovery team to expand on our community work in support our 2030 strategy.
This is a fixed term position for 2 years. The role is to support and contribute to the development and delivery in community partnerships programmes and the onsite discovery programme, All in support of RZSS’ vision and mission and values.
Center for Wildlife is excited to offer immersive and ecology-based environmental education and outreach from our brand new facility and campus which includes a nature center, auditorium, stone amphitheater, classroom, and outdoor exhibits. We are seeking a professionally mature, dynamic, creative and passionate leader in the role of Education & Outreach Program Director to lead our education and outreach team in the maintenance and growth of our environmental education offerings.
Broadreach hosts summer diving, sailing and marine biology programs for teens in various countries and is seeking an International Program Coordinator to assist with planning and implementing summer programs.
The Facilities Team Manager (FTM) lives and works at our beautiful, rural camp near the ocean and redwoods, just south of Half Moon Bay and 45 min from SF Bay Area & Santa Cruz. They spend their time creating and managing a team of people who together keep the camp, farm, buildings, vehicles and offices safe and flourishing. The FTM focuses on team recruitment and communications, prioritizing & coordinating ongoing/new projects. It’s a big and stimulating position!
Do you love teaching watershed education to children both in the classroom and in the outdoors? Do you enjoy leading students on field trips to unique creek, bay and ocean habitats, partnering with teachers, and managing educational programs? Check out our position at KIDS for the BAY, which is full-time and includes full benefits!
The Education Program Coordinator plans, coordinates, and facilitates educational programs. The Coordinator researches, develops and evaluates curricula and teaching methods and assists the director in the operation of the Auer Marine Education Center and Estuary Edventures: including the internship program, husbandry coordination and community outreach.
The Community Gear Library Manager will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the GOL! Community Gear Library (CGL). The Community Gear Library Manager will also design and implement culturally informed programs for Lake County youth and families, with the aim of engaging new families and increasing CGL usership among the Latine community in Lake County.
The Assistant Manager is responsible for the daily operations of the presenter team. Including supervising, hiring, mentoring and evaluating a team; also, ensuring they can give Academy guests quality informal science engagement that inspires & engages. This position collaborates within Public Programs and across departments to implement strategic priorities and projects, and community partners. This position is highly skilled at interpreting topics relevant to the Academy for general audiences.
Solano RCD is currently seeking a part-time Education Program Coordinator. Individuals selected for this position will typically report to the Solano RCD office located in Dixon, California, but will also attend meetings, events, and field trips in the cities of Benicia, Dixon, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City, Vacaville, Vallejo, and some unincorporated areas of Solano County. Meetings and some project activities may also take place virtually....
The California Regional Program Manager (RPM) is responsible for all aspects of BCM programming based out of San Francisco Bay area. This includes delivering high quality and mission focused day trips, overnights, and weeklong backcountry expeditions for youth affiliated with partnering youth agencies in the region. To see this realized, RPMs hire and support seasonal instructors, coordinate program logistics, liaise with partner agencies, manage a regional budget and may lead programs.
The Minnesota Regional Program Manager (RPM) is responsible for all aspects of BCM programming based out of Minneapolis St. Paul Metro area. This includes delivering high quality and mission focused day trips, overnights, and weeklong backcountry expeditions for youth affiliated with partnering youth agencies in the region. To see this realized, RPMs hire and support seasonal instructors, coordinate program logistics, liaise with partner agencies, manage a regional budget and may lead programs.
The Center Manager provides leadership for the Park District’s Outdoor Experiences staff, programs, facilities, partnerships, and resources. The Center Manager administers, plans, and coordinates outdoor education programming and interpretation at their assigned center, other assigned reservations, and outreach to the surrounding community within the Park District. The Center Manager is also responsible for the oversight of their assigned building(s) and related park areas.
The Tour Guide and Docent Assistant will have a passion for environmental and experiential education. She or he is an enthusiastic member of the education team and excited about building a comprehensive training and continuing education program for Boyce Thompson Arboretum’s docents and tour guides. The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable or enthusiastic in learning about desert ecology, teaching, and have a passion for working with people.
New Mexico Wildlife Center is hiring for the full-time position of Ambassador Animal Manager. NMWC is located 30 miles north of Santa Fe, NM and operates a wildlife hospital/rehabilitation facility along with its Ambassador Animal education programming. The Manager is responsible for ensuring best practicable standards for animal husbandry and training of our live animal collection which includes a variety of non-releasable native New Mexican amphibians, reptiles, mammals and birds.
Your Role: As the Regional Education Coordinator for Climate Generation, you will be the first point of contact for teachers and other stakeholders in education seeking professional learning opportunities to build their climate change literacy and their climate change educational practice in Minnesota. The Regional Education Coordinator supports a Minnesota wide regional education program in the area of climate change education, renewable energy, and green careers...