The Education Coordinator will assist in the development and implementation of our environmental, public and volunteer programs conducted by Spring Creek Prairie Audubon Center (SCPAC). The focus will be school programs including, outdoor field trips, classroom visits as well as coordinating and running our summer day camp program with the Lincoln Community Learning Centers. The Education Coordinator will also assist in planning community programs and events for families and adult participants.
Within Audubon Nebraska, Spring Creek Prairie Audubon Center (SCP) focuses on grassland bird conservation by restoring and maintaining the tallgrass prairie ecosystem, and the Iain Nicolson Audubon Center at Rowe Sanctuary (Rowe) focuses on conservation of the Platte River ecosystem and the birds that rely on it. Sustainable conservation is dependent on an environmentally literate and engaged community at each Center, so the Audubon Nebraska education team is expanding local education and engagement opportunities in the communities surrounding the Center with emphasis on the cities of Lincoln, Denton, Crete, and others. Education programming spans from elementary to adult age groups and strives to engage new and underserved audiences.
Reporting to the Forest Program Director and based in central Pennsylvania, the Forest Program Associate will help implement forest conservation efforts, with a focus on key-forested landscapes within the Pennsylvania Wilds and Laurel Highlands Conservation Landscapes.
The Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC) will provide crucial staff support across a suite of programs focused on volunteer-based restoration of native habitats in San Francisco Bay (mostly on/near RBACS) and engagement of community members in the work of the Program and Center. This position reports to the RBACS Center Director (CD) and the general schedule for this position is Tuesday through Saturday.
Inﬂuencing Conservation Action: What Research Says About Environmental Literacy, Behavior, and Conservation Results was developed by the National Audubon Society in partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Environmental Education and Training Partnership (EETAP), the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE), and TogetherGreen, a program of Audubon in alliance with Toyota.
The Education Manager will develop, implement and oversee all educational programming for the Pascagoula River Audubon Center (PRAC), Moss Point, Mississippi. The main objective for this individual will be to oversee all of the educational programs (e.g Coastal program, Western Rivers Program), youth-based programs, as well as providing programming specifically targeted towards families and adults.
The mission of Trinity River Audubon Center is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats for the benefit of humanity and the earth’s biological diversity. Reporting to the Executive Director of Audubon Texas, the Center Director at Trinity River Audubon Center (TRAC) will have four core functions: manage all TRAC operations; work closely with State Conservation staff and play a significant role in fundraising for TRAC facility & operations.
The Public Programs & Education Manager will coordinate, implement, and lead all programs in signature outdoor experiences that foster self-reliance and self-confidence through interdisciplinary learning and active exploration. They will deliver the public with unforgettable experiences filled with adventure, service, science, and fun. Through experiential learning, they will strengthen understanding of critical conservation issues and nurture a love for the great outdoors.
Reporting to the Director of Operations for Audubon New York, the Center Director at Constitution Marsh Audubon Center & Sanctuary (CMACS) will have four core functions: manage all CMACS operations and staff; serve as lead for center efforts on Audubon’s conservation priorities; play a significant and proactive role in fundraising for CMACS facilities and operations as well as other statewide initiatives; and participate as an active and productive participant in the Audubon New York.
Reporting to the Managing Director of Audubon New York, the Center Manager acts as the primary point of contact at the Bent of the River Audubon Center (BOTR) and is responsible for all operations, staff management and sound financial oversight of the location.