Field Education Faculty work with trip leaders of youth, family and adult groups to customize field science programs in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Faculty also train and coach field educators who may be paid instructors, graduate students or AmeriCorps members. Faculty also manage the logistics and administrative work of the Field Education team. The administrative work includes a programmatic focus area. This faculty position has a focus area of Grand Teton National Park partner programs and Jackson area community programs, specifically programs that partner with local participants.
• Experience with community outreach and community engagement, especially with diverse, historically marginalized communities, specifically Latinx and Indigenous communities. Applicants who identify as members of these communities are encouraged to apply.
• Strong Spanish skills; native or bilingual speaker preferred.
• Experience coaching educators
About Teton Science Schools
Teton Science Schools (TSS) inspires curiosity, engagement and leadership through transformative place-based education. For nearly 15,000 learners per year, the place-based approach increases engagement, learning and community impact. Located on four campuses in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Teton Valley, Idaho, TSS programs include one independent school serving students pre-K through 12th grade, field education for schools and visitors from around the world and educator development.