Overview

There are two positions available: one to paddle on the green river with a group of ~12 students and two other adults for two 5 day trips in May; the other is for a course that is paddling 100 miles of the Missouri river following (and reading/learning) about the Lewis and Clark Expedition with ~11-12 students and two other adults. Both rivers are mostly class 1, with some class 2. Looking for instructors with ample wilderness experience, canoeing or paddling skills, and preferably local knowledge of the area.

Tagged as: Instruction and Guiding, Teaching/Education, Water Skills

Qualifications:

Seeking experienced wilderness instructor who is proficient in canoeing skills. Applicants need a strong balance of both soft and hard skills.

Required Skills:

Canoeing, general wilderness skills and clean driving record.

Preferred Skills:

Water Rescue and Comfortable with kids.

About The Watershed School

At Watershed, students learn by going off campus, working with experts, and creating solutions to real-world problems. Instead of memorizing answers for standardized tests, they might learn economics by starting a small business or master algebra by solving an engineering problem. Watershed students learn with a purpose. Along the way, they’re part of a close-knit community that allows them to be who they are. It’s no wonder they love coming to school every day.

Application Instructions

Please send applications to [email protected]