The intern will play a vital active role in providing outdoor school programming for elementary and middle school this spring. The intern will work directly with the Outdoor School Coordinator to deliver the education program. Program delivery includes: presenting lessons, providing student management, and educating students about natural resources and environmental stewardship.
Internship Dates: April 30th through June 3rd, 2019. Pre-planning/training meeting week of April 22nd (TBD). Intern must work all 11 outdoor school days: April 30th, May 2, 7, 9, 14, 16, 21, 23, 28, 30, June 3. Start time: 7:45 am / End time: 2:30 pm
The intern will spend approximately 90% of his/her time as an instructor. He/she will spend another 10% of his/her time assisting with outdoor day coordination and general program support (such as maintaining supplies and helping with curriculum).
- Teaching experience and/or interest in traditional and/or non-traditional education programs
- Enthusiasm for working with students in outdoor education
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Ability to work independently as well as being a strong team player, with minimum supervision
- Ability to commit to the full term of service for which they are applying
- Regular and reliable attendance
- Currently enrolled in college or high school
The intern will receive hands-on experience in field-based education as well as opportunities to network with both formal and non-formal educators. In addition to gaining valuable hands-on experience delivering environmental education programs, the Outdoor School Intern will also receive an education stipend between $750-$1,000 for successful completion of 100 hours.