Duties: Summer Programs Interns team with experienced field instructors to create, plan and provide a variety of educational programs for youth. Our programs are primarily day camps, with a couple specialty programs more focused on academics throughout the summer. All programs are united by a core framework that includes: embracing adventure, exploring concepts of stewardship, living and learning in community, and engaging with place.
Desired qualifications: Undergraduate student working toward a four-year degree with a sincere interest in Environmental/Science/Multicultural Education, Environmental Science, or related field. Some experience working with children and environmental education preferable. Creative, flexible, and able to work closely with a Summer Programs Instructor. Ability to work as a team member, strong work ethic, punctual, dependable, and ability to work long hours. Excellent interpersonal skills with staff, children, and parents. Must be able to comply with and maintain a smoke-free and drug-free work environment. Current First Aid and CPR required by training start date (WFA desirable but not required).
Start and end dates: June 20-August 4, 2017
Salary/pay: Housing for the duration of camps (afternoon of June 20 through noon on August 6, 2017) will be paid for, food stipend at the beginning of the program, and possible college credit approved by your school
Link to more information: See the full job advertisement.
How to apply: Submit a cover letter, resume, internship application (last page of advertisement), and contact information for three current references to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline: March 1, 2017