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The Bremer County Conservation Board is currently seeking qualified applicants to fill the vacant naturalist/recycling educator position. Please go to for further details. OR Please call 319-882-4742 for more information Vacancy open from August 8, 2019 to September 3, 2019 Bremer County encourages recycling in your local city. Bremer County offers free educational programs to Bremer County Schools, civic groups and youth groups on recycling and waste reduction. Activities range from learning about composting to going on an EcoPicnic. The Recycling Educator is housed with Bremer County Conservation in Tripoli. For more information about these educational programs, please call the Recycling Educator at (319) 882-4742.
Wildlife Outdoor Education Specialist Application deadline: August 27, 2019 Salary: $26.798/hour Location: NGPC Headquarters, Lincoln, NE Job Duties: Manage the Agency’s wildlife ecology education initiatives focusing on engaging diverse audiences in educational programs concentrated on wildlife, Nebraska’s habitats and ecology. This position will manage existing and develop and implement new programs to meet needs on a statewide level. Specific job duties and to apply online, go to: statejobs.nebraska.gov <>. or . Applications must be entered on or before the application deadline to be considered.*
Aquatic Outdoor Education Specialist Application deadline: August 27, 2019 Salary: $26.798/hour Location: NGPC Headquarters, Lincoln, NE Job Duties: Manage the Agency’s aquatic ecology education initiatives focusing on engaging diverse audiences in educational programs concentrated on water quality, water quantity, aquatic species, and Nebraska’s habitats and ecology. This position will manage existing and develop and implement new programs to meet needs on a statewide level. Specific job duties and to apply on line at statejobs.nebraska.gov <> or . Applications must be entered on or before the application deadline to be considered
Job link: Intern is responsible for delivering environmental education (EE) programs designed to meet state education standards to various pre-school and elementary age groups. He/she should be comfortable presenting to, and managing, large groups of students with teachers and chaperones present. During the spring season intern will also be responsible for conducting field trips for elementary groups traveling to the park. Additionally, intern will work with permanent naturalist to develop pre and post activities for teachers to conduct in the classroom. As part of the “EE” program, intern will evaluate programs by assessing pre-program knowledge and attitudes and post-program knowledge and attitudes. Additional responsibilities will include staffing the Visitor Center and assisting visitors, assisting with the change from winter to summer programs, and a self-directed project determined based on intern interest and park needs. A basic understanding and knowledge of natural history or teaching methods is beneficial but not required. Qualifications: Applicant must be a full-time student at a college or university. Preference will be given to those with junior standing or above by the end of the Spring 2019 semester, or who are currently enrolled at a technical institute and have completed one year (nine months) by the start of the internship. Preference will be given to South Dakota residents and students of South Dakota institutions. Minimum Salary: $10.70
The Oakland Mills Nature Center of the Henry County Conservation Board is seeking a qualified individual willing to commit to a school-year term of service as a temporary AmeriCorps 4-H Environmental Education Member. The quarter-time position requires the successful completion of at least 450 hours of service by term end (8 months, approximately 14-15 hours weekly on flexible schedule). Regular work hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. however, some activities may require a member to serve during early morning, evening, and/or weekend hours. In addition, some activities may require a Member to serve during holiday hours. The Member will receive: a living allowance of approximately $3,704 to be distributed equally by month over the term of service, approximately $1,612.43 Segal Education Award upon completion of the term (that stays good for 7 years), student loan deferment, leadership and skill development, as well as hands-on experience. For a full description go to:
The Conservation Corps of Minnesota and Iowa has several opportunities. Click on the following link to see all of them: Conservation Corps Minnesota and Iowa Teresa Butel (she/her/hers) College and Career Coordinator 60 Plato Blvd E Ste 210 St Paul, MN 55107 Phone 651.209.9900 x 32 Fax 651.209.9901