Overview

As one of 12 participants in the year-long fellowship, you develop teaching, interpretive, and public relations techniques rooted in residential environmental education. Fellows are exposed to a wide variety of audiences and through instructing our hands-on, experiential, and inquiry-based classes. Professional growth and learning is accomplished through direct teaching experience supported by staff, professional workshops, and a series of observations and evaluations.

Tagged as: Teaching/Education

Qualifications:

B.A. or B.S. degree or any equivalent co
Able to commit to the position to August 6th, 2022
Be 21 years of age by August 15th, 2021

Required Skills:

Interested and excited about facilitating positive, outdoor experiences for students of all ages and backgrounds
Communicate clearly, effectively, and tactfully; active listener and collaborator
High level of self-motivation and enthusiasm; an eagerness and willingness to learn
Ability to live on-site in a dormitory communal setting with 11 other Fellowship members

Preferred Skills:

Related experience as a naturalist, interpreter, camp counselor, trip leader, or other leadership roles
Experience working with children
Experience operating high ropes courses, rock climbing walls, canoeing, and other outdoor recreation activities

About Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center

Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center is a private, non-profit, accredited school that empowers people to care for the earth and each other.

Application Instructions

Email your resumé and a copy of your most current transcript to: Henry Whitehead and Brent Burton, Fellowship Managers: [email protected] Contact three professional references and direct them to our online Reference Form (found on our website). It is your responsibility to make sure the references are completed in a timely manner. Answer and submit the online application questions, on our website. When we have received all of the materials above, we will contact you about continuing the hiring p