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Environmental Education Fellowship, Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center

Full time, Internship

As one of 12 participants in the year-long fellowship, you develop teaching, interpretive, and public relations techniques rooted in residential environmental education. Fellows are exposed to a wide variety of audiences and through instructing our hands-on, experiential, and inquiry-based classes. Professional growth and learning is accomplished through direct teaching experience supported by staff, professional workshops, and a series of observations and evaluations.

A full description of the position can be found on the Eagle Bluff website

1) Email your resumé and a copy of your most current transcript to: Henry Whitehead and Brent Burton, Fellowship Managers: fellowship@eaglebluffmn.org 2) Contact three professional references and direct them to our online Reference Form (found on our website). It is your responsibility to make sure the references are completed in a timely manner. 3) Answer and submit the online application questions, on our website. When we have received all of the materials above, we will contact you about continuing the hiring process.

August 8, 2021

Marketing & Administrative Assistant, Ney Nature Center

Part-time permanent

Through the guidance and approval of their immediate manager, the Marketing & AdministrativeAssistant is responsible for the overall interface with members and site visitors, fulfilling the MarketingPlan, office duties, and administrative support of the Ney Nature Center Executive Director. This includes working in various capacities with other staff members, hosting and facilitating site visitors and program participants, data capture, and general marketing tasks.

A full description of the position can be found on the Ney Nature Center website

Send resume, cover letter, and references via email to Becky Pollack, Executive Director, info(at)neycenter.org

Open until filled

Program Coordinator, Ney Nature Center

Full time, permanent

The Program Coordinator is a key leadership role in the quality of programs provided to the community served. The primary area of responsibility is the design, development and delivery of programs. This includes working with staff, interns, and volunteers in multiple facets of programming. Additionally, in a marketing capacity, there is the responsibility to outreach and promote NNC to the greater community directly through presentations, social media, and traditional media formats of radio and publication. 

A full description of the position can be found on the Ney Nature Center website

Send resume, cover letter, and references via email to Becky Pollack, Executive Director info(@)neycenter.org

Open until filled.

Part-time; up to 15 hours a week

-Deliver creative and enriching environmental education/outdoor recreation programs for all ages, abilities and backgrounds which meet current science/academic standards and/or achieve organizational goals and objectives. 
-Design interpretive and promotional displays and exhibits.
-Field questions from Interpretive Center visitors and trail users. 
-Maintain, care for and provide enrichment for live animals and involve with programs. 
-Exhibit professionalism and commitment to River Bend Nature Center mission, vision, values and policies. 

A full description of the description can be found on the RBNC website

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to Brittany Smith, Naturalist/Natural Resources Manager at smith@rbnc.org 

Tuesday, August 3, 2021

  • Assist the Teachers on Special Assignment and the district science lead to implement an outdoor curriculum focused on meeting selected Minnesota science standards; provide feedback on the effectiveness of the science topics that demonstrated to students.
  • Work with small groups of students to implement the science curriculum developed by the Teacher on Special Assignment.   Over 90% of this working with students is performed outdoors.
  • Work with other staff members to plan activities, review lesson plans and obtain information about individual students.
  • Modify the science topic being demonstrated in accordance with the cognitive and physical needs to students.

For a full job description, visit the SPPS website.

Visit the SPPS website to find the position and apply. Attach a resume and cover letter to your online application. 

Full time, year-round, with full benefits.

The Program Coordinator works with Wolf Ridge clients to create experiences that meet their goals. This position serves as the coordinator and scheduler of programs, assigning facility and staff resources to create weekly schedules for visiting clients. This pivotal role serves on the education and office team. The Program Coordinator connects stakeholders and experiences through support to the marketing team who promote further connections and stories, in turn building the Wolf Ridge community around its mission. 

For a full description of the position visit the Wolf Ridge website.

Please submit via email to Peter Smerud, Executive Director, a letter of application, Curriculum Vitae or Resume, a minimum of three reference contacts with description of the relationship, to jobs(at)wolf-ridge.org. A Wolf Ridge employment application must also be completed. This can be found on the Wolf Ridge website. 

Evaluation of applicants will begin immediately. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. 

Full Time

Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center is seeking an experienced education leader who builds equitable, inclusive, and diverse teams and has demonstrated success in the management and innovative delivery of environmental education programs. The Program Director is responsible for managing all programming tams and cooperatively developing, evaluating, and enhancing program content, goals, objectives, budgets, and resource allocation. This position leads a team of 10+ year round staff and dozens more who seasonally deliver nationally-acclaimed environmental education programming to a wide variety of audiences, with a primary focus on children. An active member of the Wolf Ridge leadership team, the Program Director partners with the Executive Director and other leadership team members to set the short- and long-term strategy for Wolf Ridge and to ensure the center's learning experience and operational goals are met. This position has a lead role in implementing the center's diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.

A full description of the position can be found on the Wolf Ridge website

Please submit via email to Peter Smerud, Executive Director, a letter of application, Curriculum Vitae or Resume, a minimum of three reference contacts with description of the relationship, and professional writing example, to
jobs(@)wolf-ridge.org. A Wolf Ridge employment application must also be completed. The application can be found on the Wolf Ridge website

Evaluation of applicants will begin in mid-May. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. 

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