Internships and Jobs

Field Coordinator at Northern Forest Canoe Trail

The Field Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing crew operations by fostering leadership and team development, ensuring adherence to safety guidelines, and facilitating stewardship projects. This is a unique opportunity to cultivate mentoring and facilitation skills while overseeing meaningful trail projects that improve access to our waterways. These are seasonal positions. 

Location: Based out of Waitsfield, VT
$580-700/week, dependent on experience. Food provided during work week
Deadline to Apply: Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis beginning January 25th. We expect to complete the hiring process by the end of February.
Duration: March - August, with additional field projet opportunities after August

Learn more and apply here.

Stewardship Interns at Northern Forest Canoe Trail

Three Stewardship Interns will help complete projects across the Northern Forest Canoe Trail. Interns will work together alongside other NFCT staff and volunteers as a Stewardship Crew to complete a variety of campsite, river access, and portage trail development and maintenance projects along the trail corridor. Interns will have the opportunity to coordinate and lead a waterway work trip, cultivating leadership and team building skills.

Location: Based out of Waitsfield, VT - Travel along canoe trail required
Compensation: $3,000 ($300/week). Food provided during work week
Deadline to Apply: Applications due February 28th. We expect the hiring process to be complete by the end of March.
Duration: June 7 - August 13, 2021

Learn more and apply here.

Communications & Social Media Coordinator at North American Association of Environmental Education

The Communications & Social Media Coordinator supports NAAEE’s communication and marketing efforts, including print and digital media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Google My Business, and Instagram), our family of websites, and outreach to members and supporters.

Location: Remote to Start and/or Washington, D.C. preferred
Deadline to Apply: February 1, 2020

Learn more and apply here.

Executive Director at Vermont Energy Education Program

The VEEP/NHEEP Executive Director is responsible for planning, budgeting, fundraising, administration, oversight of educational programs, management of staff, and public relations.  

Compensation: Salary of $65-75,000, 30 days Combined Time Off, short and long-term disability insurance, and a SIMPLE IRA retirement plan.  (VEEP does not currently offer health insurance.)
Deadline to Apply:
  January 3, 2021. Position open until filled.

Detailed position description and application instructions here

Youth and Family Programs Coordinator with Burlington City Arts

This position is responsible for all administrative aspects of youth and family art programs at the BCA Studios including youth and family classes, afterschool classes, school break workshops, summer camps and other programs. This is an essential position that works directly with the BCA Education Director,  20-25 teaching artists, and numerous community members, students and parents.

Compensation: $23.24 hourly, Full-Time, Year-Round
Deadline to Apply: January 4, 2021

Detailed position description, and application instructions here.

Administrative Coordinator with Vermont Education and Environment Network

Vermont Education and Environment Network (VEEN) will hire an Administrative Coordinator as a part time independent contractor with the intended start date of October 1, 2020 until March 14, 2021. 

An organized, timely, responsive, professional and a clear communicator is sought for the Administrative Coordinator.  A high level of comfort and skill with online systems such as website maintenance, virtual meeting platforms, Google Docs and Drive, and membership communications software will be necessary for success in this position.  

Detailed Position Description


This is a non-exempt position with an hourly pay rate range between $12-20 per hour commensurate with experience on a skill-based pay scale.  Variable weekly hours are expected to fall with the range of 3-10 hours per week.

How to Apply 

To apply please email your resume and a letter of interest addressing:

  • What about the position appeals to your personal or professional interests? 
  • What skills would you bring to the position? 
  • Feel free to share the link to an example digital media project (e.g. website, flyer, curated emails, webinars) 
to before Sunday September 20, 2020.

Part-time Project Manager with Maine Environmental Education Association


Position Description: Working closely with the Executive Director and other MEEA Staff, Fellows and Volunteers the Project Manager will support the work of the organization in line with the mission, vision, values, and strategic plan. 

To learn more click HERE 

Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department Job Opportunities


Position Description: The department employs about 130 full-time staff in its headquarters and regional offices, as well as numbers part-time or seasonal workers. We employ fisheries and wildlife biologists, game wardens, technicians, fish culturist, and ecologists to help us conserve and protect Vermont’s fish and wildlife. But we also need educators, information specialist, clerks and accountants, among many others.

To learn more click HERE

Shelburne Farms Education Intern (Summer, Fall or Spring)


Position Description: We are seeking undergraduate interns interested in earning academic credit while working with and learning from our education programs. You’ll work primarily with our school programs (four-hour field trips for elementary-age classes), and also with our early childhood programs, and weekend family and public programs. You’ll learn through mentorship by our education staff members, a variety of texts and resources, and through independent reflection.

To learn more click HERE

Shelburne Farms Post Graduate Education Fellowship


Position Description:  Shelburne Farms is proud to host postgraduate education fellows, who are early in their careers in the fields of farm-based and place-based education. Our education fellows learn from and work alongside our staff in a variety of our education programs. Fellows also live onsite and are immersed in the daily rhythms of the farm and the cycle of the seasons.

A majority of the fellow’s time is spent teaching and learning with our school field trip programs with additional time spent among our early childhood, outreach, family, and public programs; and occasional time spent with our educational farmyard due to the seasonality. Mentorship is provided by education staff members; educational resources are shared; and experiential learning is embraced through goal setting, independent exploration, reflection and writing. Graduate level assignments encourage exploration, reflection, and synthesis of the variety of experiences had by fellows during their tenure with Shelburne Farms. Additional time is spent identifying goals and pursuing a personalized professional learning plan, completing education support projects, and engaging in other areas of the farm.

Shelburne Farms is committed to fostering a culturally aware learning community that is open to multiple perspectives. Fellows are provided with feedback on their strengths and areas of improvement to further develop their teaching practice and professional development plan. Fellowships are offered as paid temporary employment with housing.

To learn more click HERE

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