Our nature day camps provide children ages 4 to 12 with hands-on experiences that help them discover and connect with New Hampshire’s natural world. The Nature Day Camp Intern assists the Instructor with the planning, preparation, and instruction for these theme focused day camps. The Nature Day Camp Intern also gains experience handling and teaching about native New Hampshire wildlife.
The Education Program internship is an opportunity to learn and grow while gaining experience in environmental education. Education Program Interns assist with presenting live animal programs to the public and teaching nature day camps.
Join Guidestone Colorado in beautiful Salida Colorado, March-October 2023 as our Homestead and Ranch Educator! Design and lead summer camps, field trips & programs for ages 5–11 and support events at the historic Hutchinson Homestead & Learning Center, surrounded by the 6th generation Hutchinson Ranch. We seek applicants who love working with children, leading outdoor experiential activities, and learning and teaching about history, traditional crafts and skills, and agriculture.
ELI is seeking an Attorney who will work within Research & Policy generally but spend a significant portion of their time collaborating with ELI’s international programs. These programs engage with government, nongovernmental, and private sector stakeholders to help them improve the legal and institutional frameworks governing sustainable development at the international, national, and subnational levels. Current initiatives cover topics ranging from the sustainability of small-scale fisheries.
Join Guidestone Colorado in beautiful Salida, Colorado for an 8-month AmeriCorps position teaching gardening classes at K–12 school gardens, hosting taste tests and outdoor programs, leading garden summer camps for ages 5–11, helping on our farm raising food for school and hospital cafeterias, coordinating management of community gardens and running our Youth Farmers Market in the fall. Great opportunity if you like working with kids, being outside, gardening, and more!
The Residential/Wilderness Apprentice team fosters a safe, healthy, and productive living environment in the dorms, around campus, and on trips. They oversee dorm life and work closely with the Dean of Students to design and implement residential life curriculum. Their role in OA’s outdoor programming is extensive, as the team supports the Outdoor Education Manager in planning, preparing for, and leading hiking, climbing, and paddling trips.
Monk Botanical Gardens seeks an engaged, energetic, and enthusiastic Assistant Preschool Teacher for Sprouts Garden Preschool's new full-day 4K Class. The Assistant Teacher will have the opportunity to support and contribute to a nature-based, emergent curriculum, participating in outdoor education for this first-of-its-kind preschool in Marathon County.
Monk Botanical Gardens seeks an engaged, energetic, and enthusiastic full-time Lead Teacher for Sprouts Garden Preschool's new full-day 4K program. They will be responsible for developing and implementing a nature-based, emergent program that promotes whole-child development and will build a foundation for environmental literacy for the new Sprouts 4K program.
This crew focuses on creating an experience where women can come together and work as a crew to tackle trail work projects, live in remote woodland settings, and focus on personal and professional growth within their team. This crew is for anyone who identifies as a woman and/or femme. We welcome trans applicants who are comfortable in a femme-identifying space.