Create a safe, equitable, and inclusive learning environment for students to have a positive outdoor experience. Teach hands-on environmental science curriculum aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards and lead social-emotional learning and environmental awareness activities in a variety of outdoor settings.
$21.91 per hour (naturalists typically work 32 hours per week with additional opportunities for conference shifts on weekends). Seasonal lodging available.

Tagged as: Camp Staff

Required Skills:

Experience working with children in environmental education or outdoor recreation. Enthusiasm and passion for working with youth outdoors.

About Walker Creek Ranch

After a two-year program hiatus resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, Walker Creek Ranch outdoor school is reopening! We are incredibly excited to rebuild a team focused on creating a safe place for students to connect with themselves, their communities, and nature.

The Marin County Office of Education Walker Creek Ranch is located on an amazing 1,700-acre property in rural Marin County California. Our 50+ year old program prides itself on providing equitable, inclusive, and high-quality residential environmental education programs and conference services to area schools and communities.

Application Instructions

Please send a letter of interest, resume and three references to Ranch Manager Patrick McLaughlin at [email protected]