Cultivate and steward positive relationships with community members and learn about their needs, desires, and cultural connections around the outdoors.
Attend NKJN programs to build meaningful and inclusive relationships with the community.
Implement recruitment and registration for NKJN programs for youth and families.
Design and facilitate culturally resonant nature and outdoor recreation themed events for youth and families.
Assist with NKJN outreach including program events, partner program visits, and phone calls.
Remove barriers to participation by coordinating/providing transportation, translation, and other supports including communication between program providers with families. This includes communication with community members via phone, text, email, and in-person. A Google phone number and/or a Nature Kids cell phone will be provided
Support with data tracking and entry for programs.
Assist Director for Nature For All with other Nature Kids related tasks including program operations (program facilitation/recruitment/registration) and communication (social media posts and newsletters)
Bi-lingual (Spanish and English) with written and verbal capacities required.
Must have a driver’s license, a driving record in good standing, and a personal car with insurance and be willing to drive to and from NKJN programs (vehicle expenses are reimbursed).
Must have a flexible schedule to permit for participation Thorne/NKJN programming which may occur in the evening or on weekends.
Desired Skills and Abilities:
Passion for nature and the outdoors.
Passion for building and maintaining community relationships.
Culturally competent with strong understanding of the needs and desires of Latino/a/x youth and families in Boulder County.
Strong communication skills with multigenerational audiences.
Excellent organizational skills and ability to handle multiple tasks and roles, patiently and professionally.
Strong skills with Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and Google Forms.
About Thorne Nature Experience
To build Earth stewardship by providing youth with joyful, hands-on, place-based environmental education experiences that foster an emotional connection to nature.