Urban Conservation Project Manager - The Nature Conservancy - Pennsylvania Chapter
The Urban Conservation Project Manager will be part of the Pennsylvania Chapter’s Urban Conservation Program in Philadelphia which is part of The Nature Conservancy’s North America Cities Network. This position will be responsible for helping to shape and implement strategies that will conserve and enhance natural systems for the benefit of people and nature in Philadelphia’s urban environment. The Urban Conservation Program builds on the Conservancy’s science-based, collaborative, results-oriented approach and its record of contributing creative and effective solutions to conservation challenges.
Youth Program Director - Groundwork Denver
Reporting to Executive Director, the Director of Youth Programs (“Youth Program Director”) will oversee Groundwork Denver’s youth development programs. The Youth Program Director is an integral part of the Program Director team at Groundwork Denver, providing direction for the organization to meet community needs and successfully implementing a major component of Groundwork Denver's work. Please see the full job description at our website: http://groundworkcolorado.org/community-job-openings/
Coastal Classroom HIgh School Internship - City Parks Foundation
High School Juniors & Seniors June – August 2018 CityParks Learn Coastal Classroom program invites middle school kids to become actively involved in our marine ecosystem with hands-on learning in parks along the New York City waterfront. Participants learn about everything from water ecology to quality, urban waterfront restoration to preservation, sparking excitement and passion for conserving our coasts and waterways.City Parks Foundation has developed a paid high school internship program for talented students in 11th or 12th grade to support Coastal Classroom during the summer months. The internship gives students the opportunity to gain hands-on teaching experience and explore the education sector.
Seeds to Trees College Intern - Part Time - City Parks Foundation
City Parks Foundation seeks a College Intern to work during the school year with Seeds to Trees. Seeds to Trees Mission is to educate elementary and middle school students about urban ecology, forest ecology, marine ecology, parks stewardship and conservation using parks as an outdoor classroom. This program blends hands-on classroom sessions and outdoor field experiences in parks or gardens, and offers professional development for partner teachers. The College Intern will assist Seeds to trees staff to implement a program from February-June that starts in the classroom and ends with field experiences. The Seeds to Trees College Intern reports to the Associate Director of Environmental Education.
Manager of Education - Duke Farms
The Manager of Education is a senior member of the Duke Farms management team. This person is responsible for identifying, creating and developing Duke Farms’ public education, training, and demonstration/modeling programs, ensuring a clear, consistent and strategic alignment with the Program Plan and the overarching mission and vision for Duke Farms. In addition, this person has responsibility for managing and maintaining current programmatic relationships, as well as identifying new educational partnership opportunities with like-minded mission-fit organizations. The Manager will have teaching experience, as well as experience in planning and executing public education programs for academic, professional, and general family audiences...
Education Coordinator - Nanticoke Watershed Alliance
The Nanticoke Watershed Alliance is in search of a smart, creative, self-driven individual to help our organization grow. Upcoming projects consist of environmental education presentations, field trips, and action projects with students. The successful candidate will also be responsible for promoting stormwater pollution reduction programs and assisting in homeowner conservation landscaping projects like rain gardens and designer ditches. The position will also assist with our award-winning volunteer water quality monitoring program as well as special events and a wide variety of other projects as needed.
Education Coordinator BEMP - Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program
Education Coordinator for the Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program (BEMP) BEMP is seeking an education leader who is motivated to engage people through science and stewardship. We are a citizen science organization working to provide fact-based, just and equitable environmental education to students at over 40 schools. If you want to engage students of all ages, prepare them not only for the STEM fields, but help them find the courage and vocabulary to become environmental stewards, this is the place for you. Full position announcement is on The Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Program (BEMP) website (www.bemp.org). Email Dan Shaw at [email protected] for questions. Position open until 2 April 2018 or until filled.
Policy Associate - New Jersey League of Conservation Voters
The New Jersey League of Conservation Voters (New Jersey LCV), the leading political voice for the environment in the Garden State seeks to hire a Policy Associate. The person will work with New Jersey LCV and New Jersey LCV Education Fund assisting with projects, programs and campaigns. This individual must be able to work independently as well as work with a dynamic Executive Director and committed Board of Directors to maximize outcomes. For job responsibilities and qualifications, please visit our website: https://www.njlcv.org/jobs/policy-associate
Science Policy Communications Associate - Consortium for Ocean Leadership
The Consortium for Ocean Leadership (COL) is looking for a great communicator to join our dynamic public affairs department as a Science Policy Communications Associate. The successful candidate will implement and coordinate COL’s communications efforts and be responsible for advancing COL and the ocean science community by elevating the visibility of the organization and scientific discipline amongst policy-makers, federal agency staff, other NGOs, scientists, and the public. We are specifically looking for a detail-oriented communications professional experience in science policy to support mission-critical priorities.
Youth Mentor Internship - City of Cambridge: Community Development Dept
Each summer, the Community Development Department (CDD) hosts 25-50 youth through the Mayor’s Summer Youth Employment Program (MSYEP), as well as 2-4 teens from around the world through our Dream Careers program. CDD has worked with MSYEP for the past 5 years to hire and engage high school interns in various facets of urban planning. This diverse team has successfully led discussions with thousands of Cambridge residents around sustainable transportation, food waste, and energy use, and created new games and outreach activities to better-engage Cambridge residents and business owners in our planning efforts. The position of Youth Mentor will be responsible for managing Team CDD, our MSYEP team for 6 weeks (+ 1.5 months of planning).