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  • Summer Environmental Education Intern

    Organization: Growing Gardens

    Location:

    Boulder, CO

    Deadline:

    Summer Season Environmental Education Interns gain incredible hands-on experience teaching and learning in our programs as they develop essential skills for environmental education. Environmental Educators improve their teaching techniques through training, practice, reflection, and feedback. Summer Environmental Educators spend most of their time directly teaching in the Children’s Peace Garden programs such as field trips and summer camp.

    Reports to: Senior Education Program Manager
    Job Status: Seasonal Intern, 24 hours per week
    Compensation: $1,375 stipend, qualifies for credit at the university level
    Internship Duration: May 14th - Aug. 9th, 2024
    Deadline to Apply: March 01, 2024

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  • Garden Coordinator

    Organization: Garden to Table (Growe Foundation)

    Location:

    Boulder Area, CO

    Deadline:

    Our new garden Coordinator will work at 4-6 elementary schools across Boulder County to complete necessary growing season tasks. The vast majority of the work is performed alone with guidance from our Garden Director. Garden Coordinators maintain our partner schools’ gardens in collaboration with parents, make weather-based adaptations, prepare for garden-based lessons, and complete miscellaneous duties. Candidate needs to be highly organized, capable of managing multiple tasks, have a willingness to learn, and have strong communication skills.

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  • Naturalist Internship (Summer/Fall)

    Organization: Walking Mountains Science Center

    Location:

    Avon, CO

    Deadline:

    Naturalist Interns gain hands-on training and experience in environmental education and nature interpretation, developing skills for teaching, outdoor guiding, program planning, and professional experience. Through unique partnerships, Walking Mountains Science Center works with a broad audience at multiple locations in the Vail, Colorado area. Naturalists will be exposed to a variety of programming types, work with all ages, and learn about nonprofit organizations.

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  • Spring Program Instructor

    Organization: Keystone Science School

    Location:

    Keystone, CO

    Deadline:

    Exciting Outdoor Ed organization looking for Spring Instructors!

    Program Instructors will lead groups of up to 13 students in outdoor education programs including environmental science and team building curriculum. Program Instructors are responsible for executing a lesson plan and preparing materials for each program. They are also responsible for the facilitation of meals, evening programs, possible off-site/camping-based programs, and the completion of manual labor tasks on a rotating basis.

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  • Adventure Day Camp Counselor (Climbing Experience Required)

    Organization: Keystone Science School

    Location:

    Keystone, CO

    Deadline:

    An adventure day camp for middle school-aged campers with 3 themes: Rock, Horse, and Water. Pathfinders counselors are responsible for facilitating a wide variety of curricula and activities. Pathfinders counselors are also required to go through KSS’s rock climbing training and must have prior rock climbing experience. Pathfinders counselors are the primary caregiver for each child attending programming and are responsible for guiding campers in their personal growth and daily living skills.

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  • Environmental Education Fellow (Summer)

    Organization: Catamount Institute

    Location:

    Colorado Springs, CO

    Deadline:

    The Heather Campbell Chaney Environmental Fellow works with Catamount Institute’s year-round Education Department staff to form the core teaching, leadership, and safety supervision team for all of our camps. This position demands a high level of experience as Fellows teach from existing lesson plans, write some lesson plans of their own, and are, at times, the lead educator in charge of camp planning, programming, or campers. Application Deadline: 3/20

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  • Summer Camp Counselor

    Organization: Bluff Lake Nature Center

    Location:

    Denver, CO

    Deadline:

    We are currently seeking responsible, enthusiastic individuals who enjoy spending time outside to lead small groups of campers (ages 5-12) during our outdoor summer day camps. We invite kids to explore, play, and get dirty. We have different nature themes each week, all including games, hands-on activities, hikes, free play, and wading in Sand Creek. These camps are extremely well-loved by the community, with many families returning year after year.

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  • Fall Environmental Education Internship

    Organization: Growing Gardens

    Location:

    Boulder, CO

    Deadline:

    Fall Season Environmental Education Interns gain incredible hands-on experience teaching and learning in our programs as they develop essential skills for environmental education. Environmental Educators improve their teaching techniques through trainings, practice, reflection, and feedback. Fall Environmental Educators spend most of their time directly teaching in the Children’s Peace Garden programs such as field trips and classroom visits.

    Reports to: Senior Education Program Manager
    Job Status: Seasonal Intern, 15 hours per week
    Compensation: Qualifies for credit at the university level, includes $350 upon completion and a weekly share of veggies from the farm
    Internship Duration: Aug. 19 - Nov. 1, 2024

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  • Fall Environmental Education Intern

    Organization: Growing Gardens

    Location:

    Boulder, CO

    Deadline:

    Fall Season Environmental Education Interns gain incredible hands-on experience teaching and learning in our programs as they develop essential skills for environmental education. Environmental Educators improve their teaching techniques through trainings, practice, reflection, and feedback. Fall Environmental Educators spend most of their time directly teaching in the Children’s Peace Garden programs such as field trips and classroom visits.

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