Overview

Work for the Mountain Resilience Semester: Immersion in People, Places, and Environment
What does mountain resilience in the face of climate change look like? Work with undergraduate students during the fall 2021 Mountain Resilience Semester at Western Colorado University to investigate this critical question during an immersive sustainability gap program through exploration, learning, and action. Seeking professional experiential field educators.

Tagged as: Backcountry Skills, Conservation, Instruction and Guiding, Teaching/Education

About Western Colorado University

Mountain Resilience Semester: Immersion in People, Places, and Environment
An experiential undergraduate gap semester integrating climate change resiliency, sustainability, alpine ecosystems, wilderness expeditions, and mountain communities in partnership with the Center for Mountain Transitions at Western Colorado University. Students from across the nation are coming together in Colorado’s mountains to explore this question: What does resiliency in mountain communities look like in the face of climate change? Through this landscape-based experiential immersive semester program students will build community, earn undergraduate credits, explore wilderness, and learn how to take action back in their home communities building resiliency and stronger relationships.

Application Instructions

See Job Description and how to apply at tinyurl.com/MRSfieldstaff