Our academic year program coordinators work in public schools and with community partners to organize and facilitate on-campus student meetings, after school outdoor trips, and weekend adventures. We’re looking for an energetic, creative, and collaborative leader who shares our commitment to provide young people access to their public lands through outdoor adventure. This position will shape the way Y.E.T.I. sustains and continues to grow to serve the young people in our community.

Season: September 9th 2024 – June 9th 2025

Benefits: This position is a seasonal hourly role with a pay range of $20-$30/hour depending on experience. Healthcare or healthcare stipend is available.

Hours: 30 hours per week

Schedule: Typical work week will be Wednesday – Saturday

Location: Burien, Washington

The ideal candidate will come with experience leading outdoor adventures, instructing outdoor skills and coordinating trip logistics for youth. We will prioritize candidates who have experience working with youth serving organizations and with diverse populations. People who are flexible, organized and passionate about our mission will be excellent members of our team.

Tagged as: Full Time, Instruction and Guiding, Teaching/Education


2-3 Years facilitating outdoor experiences as a lead instructor

Experience coordinating outdoor trips with multiple organizations and logistical challenges

Experience working with middle and high school age students

Valid driver's license and willingness to drive 12 passenger van and trailers

CPR and Wilderness First Aid certified

Experiences instructing and coordinating trips in 2-3 of the following: kayaking, biking, rock climbing, hiking, camping, backpacking, snowshoeing or fishing

Preferred Skills:

Prior working experience in camp or school settings

Strong written and oral communication skills

Organization and project management skills

Organization and project management skills

About Youth Experiential Training Institute (Y.E.T.I.)

Y.E.T.I. wants all young people to have access to outdoor adventure and time in nature. Our team of outdoor educators collaborates with schools, volunteers and young people to make this possible in communities of South King County. We have provided free outdoor school clubs, weekend trips, and custom programs for students in the Highline and Tukwila school districts for over a decade. Our outdoor programs foster a sense of belonging that helps develop the skills, confidence, and appetite for adventure to thrive in the outdoors and in everyday life. You can learn more about us at goyeti.org

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