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  • Executive Director

    Organization: National Association for Interpretation


    Fort Collins, CO


    The ED is responsible for all aspects of business development & management for NAI which would include: business planning, strategic planning, member relations, personnel management, data management, communications, marketing, promotions, external communications, managing partnerships, fund raising, grant writing, business development, and public/media relations. An applicant for this position must be able to inspire leadership and excellence to advance heritage interpretation as a profession.

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  • Program Instructor

    Organization: Keystone Science School


    Keystone, CO


    KSS offers a range of programs that balance hands-on science activities, field-based exploration, and adventure programming. Curriculum themes may include but are not limited to: environmental science (aquatic ecology, forest ecology, earth science, snow studies, winter ecology, weather and climate), leadership, social emotional learning, community building, STEM, outdoor skills, and health.

    The Program Instructor will facilitate day programming for school-aged children to support learning opportunities during COVID-19 and to foster educational opportunities for Summit County visitors. Programs could be held on the Keystone Science School campus or alternate locations throughout the county.

    The Program Instructor is a position responsible for assisting students with virtual curriculum delivered through their school district and developing their own experiential-based lesson plans using the variety of curricula options offered by KSS. Due to the dynamic nature of balancing programming with COVID-19, Keystone Science School will need to pivot and adjust for how schools are being impacted and balance community needs. Instructors will need to show initiative, be self starters, humble, dynamic, be active problem solvers, and collaborative within a team.

    Keystone Science School programming has changed dramatically during this pandemic, as has the environmental education industry. We are striving to meet the needs of our local communities and school district while investing in programming that will support the longevity of this organization.

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