AmeriCorps members actively engage with and serve in the greater Jackson community, improving the lives of children and adults through the development of STEM literacy. Service is split between TSS field education and project work with a partner organization local to Jackson, WY. With TSS field education, the service term will progress through various stages of training, observation, co-teaching, planning and implementing educational programs. The partner project provides an opportunity to serve with a local nonprofit to help strengthen the Jackson community and meet the community need. These projects range from program and curriculum development, to analysis and research, to social media content creation, and more.
Must be at least 21 years of age.
Must have obtained a high school diploma/equivalency certificate.
Must be a United States citizen, a United States national, or a legal permanent resident of the United States.
Successful applicants must pass a criminal history background check, driving record review and drug screening prior to start date.
Valid Class C Driving License.
Certification: Adult & Child First Aid, CPR, AED
Must be able to manage risk and make leadership decisions.
Field teaching experience is not a requirement for this position. Successful applicants should have an interest and background experience in education, outdoor science, or related fields.
About Teton Science Schools
In the classroom, in the community and in the wild, Teton Science Schools creates authentic educational experiences for 15,000 learners and leaders every year—the kind of experiences that bring you closer to the people and places all around you, deepen your understanding and give you clarity and courage to make change in your world.