Penn State’s Nature Center, Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center, is seeking an organized, dedicated, and responsible individual to serve as the Wildlife Education and Engagement Program Director, overseeing ambassador animal education programs and visitor engagement in the Klingsberg Aviary and Litzinger Herpetarium.
Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center is looking for an organized, dedicated, and responsible individual to promote the Center and coordinate a positive, informative, and cohesive visual experience to a diversity of populations as they visit our facility and connect to our story through print and online platforms.
Share the magic of the outdoors! Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center of Penn State University is hiring flexible, patient, enthusiastic people who’d like to foster a love of the outdoors in children this summer. Inspiring discovery since 1976, we offer a wide range of summer camps for kids ages 4–14.
Environmental Education interns are an integral part of the staff and participate in all aspects of the nature center’s operation. A two-week training period is followed by teaching opportunities with our school programs, public workshops and on-site public festivals. Interns work with all ages, preschool to adult, and with a variety of groups, including public schools, organizations, clubs, and the general public.
Shaver's Creek Environmental Center and the Department of Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Management (RPTM) are offering either a 2-year (master's level) or 5-year (Ph.D. level) graduate assistantship to begin fall 2018.
Penn State's Shaver's Creek Environmental Center and Department of Curriculum & Instruction (Science Education program) are offering either a 2-year (master's level) or 5-year (PhD level) graduate assistantship focused on interpretation and environmental education.