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Outdoor Educators lead engaging programs for groups of all ages and provide positive experiences in the outdoors. Using an experiential approach to teaching and program instruction, Educators inspire wonder and discovery through outdoor exploration, Adirondack ecology, and challenge course education.
The educator team includes Interns, Field Educators and Senior Educators with specialty skills in environmental education, challenge course leadership, sailing, outdoor adventure and wilderness skills and logistics for outdoor programs. Summer Adventure Trip Leaders plan, coordinate and facilitate multi-day trips that include backpacking, rock climbing, kayaking, canoeing, and sailing throughout the Adirondacks, New England, and Canada.
All positions include room and board and access to training opportunities in Wilderness First Aid, Lifeguarding and other certifications. Job opportunities are available during the spring early April to mid-June , summer June to late August and fall mid-August to early November. If you have the proven ability to work with youth and adults in a positive manner in an outdoor recreation and educational setting, the ability to adapt in a changeable work environment and schedule, and have excellent human relation, organizational and communication skills, email your cover letter and resume to Tricia Biles.
With over dedicated American and international individuals to work with day and resident camp programs, the staff have a strong desire to work with children, an appreciation for the outdoors, and a ton of energy. Spend a season on Lake George and make memories that will last a lifetime! Are you looking for a place that promotes the interconnectedness of people, communities and nature?
Nestled in the heart of New York's Catskill Mountains, Frost Valley YMCA provides programs designed to build character among children, connect families and provide hands-on learning for students and rich experiences for adults and seniors. Program Instructors provide opportunities for students to build deeper connections within themselves, deeper connections with other people, and deeper connections with nature and the outdoors.
This is all done while teaching environmental education and outdoor recreation classes that combine team building with high and low ropes, wildlife and forest ecology, outdoor living skills, interpretive hikes, rock climbing, boating, archery and more.
Positions are available during the spring late March to mid-June , fall late August to mid-November and for a full academic year late August to mid-June. A Bachelor's degree, preferably in education, environmental studies, outdoor recreation, or related field is preferred with equivalent life experience working with children certainly accepted.
If you are energetic, flexible, friendly, creative and passionate about working with both children and adults in beautiful outdoor classrooms, email your cover letter and resume to Brett Tillman.
Encourage a sense of awe in the presence of nature with the Pok-O-MacCready Outdoor Education Center and their small, dynamic team of outdoor professionals. Located in the beautiful Adirondack Park, the Center offers programs in high adventure, team building, natural science, and living history. If you are passionate about the outdoors and looking for fulfilling work educating youth, come live, work, and play in this close-knit community. Year-round and seasonal Outdoor Education Instructors and Interns teach exciting experiential classes such as low ropes, hiking, canoeing, climbing wall, rock climbing, and wildlife ecology and participate in work projects geared towards facility maintenance and curriculum enrichment.
Instructor positions are offered during the spring late March to late June and fall late August to late November , with potential for year-round employment late August through late June.
Counselor and Area Specialist positions are also available for the summer camp program. If you are personable, energetic, flexible, and a team player, grab an application online or connect with Mollie Dean for more information. Owned and operated by NC State University, Betsy-Jeff Penn 4-H Educational Center provides research-based educational experiences that help develop and promote the life skills necessary for youth to become productive members of society.
Wetlands, streams, forests, and a acre lake provide opportunities for the study of aquatic biology, forest ecology wildlife habitats and much more. Positions are available during the spring late February to late May, with a summer camp option and the fall mid-August to mid-November. Experience working with children may take the place of some college credits. Creativity, enthusiasm and a love for hard work in a team atmosphere are also crucial to successful job completion.
If you have a love for working with kids, an interest in experiential education and a ton of patience, fill out the online application. Reidsville, NC ext. Outdoor Education Instructors lead programs in environmental science and cultural history, facilitate ground initiatives, team challenge course and high ropes activities, and provide leadership for GPS-based science programs.
Experience the North Carolina coast and provide amazing outdoor education experiences for youth! Environmental Education Instructors will teach a variety of outdoor exploration programs and activities—from ocean study and chart navigation to fishing, sailing and caring for captive animals. Instructors will also double as Challenge Course Facilitators , providing team building, problem-solving and experiential learning.
Positions are available during the spring late February to the beginning of June, with a summer camp option and fall season September to mid-November. Applicants must have a Bachelor's degree in a science or education related field or in outdoor recreation and experiential education Internships are available for those currently working on their degree , and a strong interest in teaching children in an outdoor setting. If you are enthusiastic, patient, positive, self-disciplined, hard working and a team player that can reside in a cooperative, communal living environment, email your cover letter, resume and 3 references to Katie Lewia.
Nature's Classroom at Ohio FFA Camp Muskingum offers 2 to 5-day residential programs, day programs and school visits with a custom designed curriculum to meet the needs of each group. Outdoor Education Instructors will be assigned a field group typically 6th graders and will lead hands-on, activity-based programming that includes outdoor classes, interpretive nature hikes, living history reenactments based on the Underground Railroad, night hikes, campfires, and large group games.
Instructors also eat meals with their group, lead team building and nature center activities, and work with groups on the high ropes course may be required. The staff house includes a full kitchen, satellite TV, WiFi, and laundry facility.
Your weekends are free to explore the surrounding area, including proximity to Cuyahoga Valley National Park and other great hiking and outdoor exploration activities. Positions are available during the spring late February through the end of May, with a summer camp work option and during the fall mid-August to mid-November. Although having nature education teaching experience is a plus, it isn't necessary. As long as you are excited to learn, Nature's Classroom can teach you what you need to know.
Individuals from all areas of study are encouraged to apply. If you love kids, want to learn and are excited about being outside, fill out the online application or email the Program Directors for more information. Nuhop is now hiring Instructors for the spring and fall outdoor education seasons! Located in the heart of the Mohican Valley, Nuhop is one of Ohio's foremost experiential education facilities.
The Outdoor Education program provides a balance between experiential, outdoor and environmental education philosophies for elementary and middle school students each spring and fall. Instructors will also have occasional evening activities, overnight responsibilities in cabins, and day-long workshop facilitation with school, college and corporate groups.
Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience. Benefits include on-site housing, meals during the workweek, WiFi and laundry on-site, access to pro deals, Wilderness First Aid certification, and other professional development opportunities. Positions are available during the spring mid-March through the end of May and fall September to mid-November.
If you have experience working with children in a traditional or non-traditional educational setting, an interest and passion for working in the outdoors, and the ability to lead and teach others with professionalism and respect, send your cover letter and resume to Matt Poland or apply online. Do you have a strong desire to share your knowledge and enthusiasm for the natural world with students and families in a nature center environment?
As Penn State University's outdoor learning laboratory, Shaver's Creek offers environmental education programs, a raptor center, discovery room, and miles of hiking trails. Environmental Education Interns become an integral part of the staff and participate in all aspects of the center's operation.
Areas of opportunity include day and residential school programs for grades K, visitor center operations; live animal care and handling, volunteer training and supervision, weekend festivals and events, team building programs, and curriculum and program development. Internships are available each season, and multiple seasons are possible.
During the summer months, Naturalists are also hired to focus specifically on creating and delivering summer camp programming and content as well as mentoring Leaders-in-Training. A background in education or the natural sciences is helpful but not necessary. Benefits include a weekly pay, on-site housing with private rooms Interns only , opportunities for professional development, and a workspace with Internet access. Interns are encouraged to participate in professional development workshops and regional conferences, and each season includes a staff trip to another environmental center or a facility of interest.
Applications are accepted until all positions are filled— so apply early ; phone interviews are conducted with top candidates. Learn more at ShaversCreek.
Petersburg, PA fax ShaversCreek. Working, learning and living at Penn State University's outdoor learning laboratory, Shaver's Creek Environmental Education Interns become an integral part of the staff and participate in all aspects of the Center's operation. With a mountaintop campus encompassing nearly acres, South Mountain YMCA Camps have been offering exciting, educational and enlightening outdoor experiences for people of all ages since Camp counselor positions are also available during the summer months.
Applicants must have a Bachelor's degree and love to work outside, enjoy working with children, and know how to play and have fun! Box Wernersville, PA fax gmccrohan smymca. Spend the day exploring and teaching about the great outdoors.
Make a difference in the lives of children. Enjoy evenings and the weekends off to recharge your batteries. Outdoor Education Instructors teach hands on science-based classes including lake study, animal adaptations, forest ecology, and discovery hikes, as well as lead outdoor adventure activities such as team building, climbing tower, high ropes course and archery. Trail Groups of students range in age from preschool to high school, with each class lasting about an hour 3 classes per visit.
Experience working with youth in outdoor setting is preferred. Positions are available during the spring late March to early June , with the opportunity to stay on for summer camp Program Specialist, Camp Counselor and Leadership positions available and fall mid-August to early November.
If you are professional, patient, positive, hardworking, and flexible, send your resume, cover letter and at least 3 references Laura Buzzell-McElhinney. Serving over 2, students per season, Outdoor Education Instructors will empower students to connect with nature, have fun while learning, and create memories that will last a lifetime. Come join the Camp Greenville team on the mountain! Located on the North and South Carolina border in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, YMCA Camp Greenville is a year-round residential camp offering adventure, environmental education, teen leadership and community building programs as well as group conferences and retreats.
Program staff positions are available during the spring mid-February through May , the summer June to mid-August and the fall mid-August through mid-December. Also looking for seasonal kitchen staff from March to November with shorter terms available.
Program Staff applicants must have a college degree or equivalent experience, an enthusiastic attitude towards environmental and experiential learning, and past experience working with youth. To apply, view all current job openings or contact Crystal Kahler for more information. Do you love to work outside, have a sense of humor, enjoy working with children, and know how to play and have fun? Located on beautiful Lake Wylie, the Environmental Education Center provides unique learning opportunities for over 14, school children each year.
You will also lead meals and recreational evening programs as well as assist in curriculum development, conservation projects and staff training. Applicants must possess a Bachelor's degree in environmental education, biology, education, outdoor education or related field. Apply early before these positions fill! RREEP offers about 30 classes total in three categories: Training is provided for all classes. During the summer months, you will work primarily with guest groups providing hospitality services and facilitating their program needs.
In addition, you will supervise various program areas for the summer camp program. Applicants must possess the ability to clearly communicate with groups of various sizes and ages while exhibiting a positive team attitude. Lifeguard certification is required training may be provided.
Applicants must be a professing Christian and have the ability to articulate your faith. If you are an energetic educator and program-minded individual who is enthusiastic and passionate about working in an outdoor camp and retreat setting, email your cover letter, resume and three references to Penny Babelay. Are you interested in teaching children exciting things about the outdoors in the outdoors?
The Outdoor School TOS is a residential outdoor education program that focuses on hands-on experiential education and outdoor courses for children in grades Outdoor Education Instructors will teach pre-approved academic and adventure curriculum, facilitate team building and high ropes courses, and lead interesting evening activities. Three weeks of training will provide you with the necessary knowledge in academics, ropes course, and anything else you need to thrive at TOS.
Applicants must have at least one year of college completed or have a degree, love children, have the desire and ability to teach and work in the outdoors, and be self-motivated, flexible and patient.
It is strongly preferred for applicants to have their own vehicles for the Camp for All location. Positions are available during the spring mid-February through end of May and the fall mid-August through mid-November. There is also the opportunity to work multiple seasons, each with additional responsibilities, offering a holistic view of the administration and direction of an outdoor education center.
Learn more about the staff experience or contact Mark Stein for more information. Located on acres of the beautiful Texas Hill Country beside the crystal-clear waters of the Guadalupe River, Mo-Ranch and the hands-on Environmental Leadership Program is an ideal location for outdoor education. Field Instructors will take middle and high school students through a myriad of activities and classes designed to teach them about living and playing in the outdoors.
Classes and activities focus students on three areas: Field Instructors will have the opportunity to teach fresh minds, to introduce kids to the wonders of nature, to challenge and encourage participants on the ropes course, and to build new friendships with other Instructors. Apply online or contact Jeff Cooper for more information. This is a high energy position and a lot of fun as well! Positions run from late August to late May, with a fall and spring season work option.
As a residential field school, school groups will stay from days, MO-FR yes, your weekends are free! Previous teaching experience is a plus but is also a great place to start!
If you are comfortable with social settings, tempo teaching, public speaking, gregarious teaching techniques and facilitating conversations that will lead students to a better understanding of the natural world, fill out the online application and send a cover letter, resume and three references to David Touchon. Become the teacher that made THAT difference in your educational experience!
The Adventure Links team is a diverse group of individuals with notable integrity, experience, creativity, and above all, a love for the outdoors and working with youth! Adventure Links at Hemlock Overlook offers Instructor employment opportunities during the spring, summer and fall. The spring and fall seasons mainly include team building on the low and high ropes course and environmental education with local schools, community groups and corporations as well as occasional high adventure programs.
Over the summer, weeklong outdoor adventure day camps, residential camps and traveling programs are facilitated for groups as they explore a variety of outdoor activities that include caving, rock climbing, canoeing, kayaking, sailing and backpacking. All Instructors will supervise participants and maintain an emotionally and physically safe environment, implement and instruct outdoor activities, manage daily program logistics and maintain program facility and gear. One of the biggest job perks is the ability to live on-site in small dorm-like buildings or platform tents on acres of beautiful parkland with a community of other outdoor enthusiasts.
Participating in this lifestyle is often a significant growth experience for staff members. Ideal applicants have a genuine desire to work with children in an outdoor setting. Applications are accepted year-round for upcoming program seasons. Learn more at AdventureLinks.
As skills develop, staff are pushed to take ownership over the programs that they lead and the curriculum that they teach. Looking for the type of exciting outdoor hands-on job experience that puts you elbow deep in algae and knee deep in marsh mud, out on the open water on a research vessel, or splashing in the intertidal zone looking for marine organisms?
A seasonal job or internship with the Chincoteague Bay Field Station is the perfect way to gain environmental education and marine biology experience. Field Station Educators will lead student groups through a coastal ecology program that spans the dynamic ecosystem of a barrier island including: You will gain valuable knowledge in maintaining and using general aquaria and field equipment, boat crew skills and safety, group leadership in laboratory and field settings, time management and marine husbandry.
Applicants must have a bachelor's degree, teaching or leadership experience and be comfortable working outdoors, on boats, long hours and with children. Explore all jobs at CBFieldStation. With a focus on team building, challenge and community, the Outdoor Learning Center at Horizons offers school groups, scouts and retreat groups an unforgettable experience in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley.
Now seeking Instructors to lead groups in team building and educational programs of all shapes and sizes! What makes the OLC stand out as one of the premier outdoor education facilities in Virginia? Instructors may find themselves teaching any number of environmental, personal growth and teamwork lessons during high and low rope activities, archery, caving, field games, climbing, backpacking and paddling.
Two beautiful outdoor education campuses just 45 minutes apart. Each season starts with 9 days of in-depth staff training where you will learn skills such as belaying, low ropes facilitation, cave navigation, trip leadership, canoeing and group management.
There are also opportunities for pro-deals on gear, in-services to expand your knowledge and optional staff bonding trips. Positions are available during the spring mid-March through mid-June, with a summer option and fall mid-August through mid-November.
If you want to make a positive impact on others through meaningful outdoor experiential education programs, email your resume and 3 references to Katie Hanley. Camp Killoqua is a non-profit residential summer camp and outdoor education facility located on acres of forest, wetlands and waterfront in beautiful Western Washington. Outdoor Education Instructors are responsible for teaching a curriculum that focuses on forest, wildlife, and wetland ecology of the Pacific Northwest, leading team building and outdoor recreation activities including the climbing wall, canoeing, archery, outdoor living skills, and orienteering , as well as evening activities such as night hikes, cooperative games, and campfires.
Staff housing is dorm style living in a four-bedroom cabin with 1 or 2 people per room, two bathrooms, full kitchen, laundry room, and living room space. During the 5-day paid staff training, Instructors will have the opportunity to receive certifications in the climbing wall, canoeing and archery.
Staff typically work 5 days per week MO-FR in a residential camp style schedule starting around 7: Staff will have most weekends off. Applicants must have two years or more of college, plus experience working with children in the outdoors, the ability to be a positive role model, ability to be creative on the go, and have a flexible attitude and strong work ethic.
Also seeking summer camp staff for a variety of positions! Stanwood, WA canderson campfiresnoco. All staff will work 5 days a week which will include at least two evenings per week and one weekend day facilitating recreation activities for family camp and retreat programs. Positions are available during the spring mid-March to mid-June , with an option to work through the summer early June to early September , and fall season early September to late October.
Fill out the online application or email Haley Cruz Winchell for more information. Learn more about the summer Orkila Teen Expedition program or contact Jordan Bright for more information. To get to the island, one must take an hour-long ferry ride from Anacortes to Orcas Landing.
Spend your days climbing mountains, traversing caves and making a difference in the lives of youth!
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