Watershed Educator (Summer 2020)
Lake Champlain Sea Grant is looking for an undergraduate student looking to further their skills in environmental education and outreach. The Watershed Educator internship will work with the Watershed and Lake Education Coordinator & Program Assistant to design and facilitate summer watershed science programming. This is a paid internship - $11/hour. Background check required, must have valid drivers license.
Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department Job Opportunities
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. Use this section to browse job openings.
Shelburne Farms Education Intern (Fall or Spring)
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.
Shelburne Farms Education Intern (Summer)
We are seeking undergraduate interns interested in earning credit while working with and learning from our education programs. You’ll work primarily with our summer day camp (preschool and elementary ages) or educational farmyard (open to the public). You’ll be mentored by education staff members, a variety of texts and resources, and through independent reflection. Deadline to apply is April 1, 2020.
Shelburne Farms Post Graduate Education Fellowship
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. Our school programs work primarily with elementary-age youth for place-based, seasonally-themed field trips and local community outreach. Outreach programs occur onsite at schools. Early childhood programs are full and half-day nature and play-based programs for preschool and early elementary-aged children. Our family and public programs happen mainly in the evenings or on the weekends with a variety of programs and special events offered throughout the year. The educational farmyard is open to the general public and also provides school, camp, and youth group visits from May through October where visitors explore their connection to farm animals to understand where our food and fiber originates. 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.
Green Mountain Conservation Camp: Natural Resource Instructor, Medical Coordinator, and Director Positions
Green Mountain Conservation Camp (GMCC) is administered by the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department and includes twin summer camps with the mission of educating youth about Vermont’s natural resources. The camps give youth life skills and knowledge they can use to continue the state's traditional rural pursuits--enjoying all aspects of the outdoor world. The program's greatest strength is connecting young people to the outdoors.
The Green Mountain Conservation Camps are located at two sites: •Edward F. Kehoe Camp in Castleton, VT •Buck Lake Camp in Woodbury, VT. Annually, about 900 kids between the ages of 12-16 spend a week at GMCC. The camps run for eight weeks in the summer, and there are separate weeks for boys and girls. Eighteen residential summer staff (directors and instructors) operate this summer program as seasonal employees. In addition, close to 75 youth serve as Junior Counselors, a youth development leadership program for highly motivated past camp graduates. Summary: Are you interested in wildlife conservation, working outdoors, and educating youth? Jumpstart your career in conservation and gain valuable experiences working for the State of Vermont. We have openings available as Natural Resource Instructors and Camp Directors at our Green Mountain Conservation Camps (GMCC). Our positions provide tremendous opportunities for students and graduates to apply their academics in the field and develop additional outdoor knowledge and teaching skills. Best yet, these internship level positions pay competitively. Why work anywhere else?
Contact: Alison Thomas
Seasonal Farmyard Educator
Shelburne Farms is looking for Seasonal Farmyard Educators to educate and connect visitors to agriculture in a safe, engaging, and hands-on environment. The role involves greeting and orienting diverse audiences to the farmyard space and leading engaging and interactive activities for groups of all sizes. The position starts on April 21, 2020 and ends on October 20, 2020.
Contact: Noel Perriello at email@example.com
Agriculture Innovation Teacher
An Agricultural Innovation teacher at Woodstock Union Middle and High School will work with community partners and other school staff to develop and implement innovative programs and curricula that prepare WUHSMS students to be leaders in problem solving for food and forest systems and climate resilience challenges. This teacher will facilitate project and place-based learning with an emphasis on understanding both local and global issues and then working to address them.
The Windsor Central Portrait of a Graduate includes Stewardship as a key graduation outcome for all students. The team of educators in Windsor Central is focusing on building Stewardship competency through deeper learning for our students. In addition, educators are fostering high-quality student connections, design thinking and project-based learning, welcoming the ideas of standards-based assessment and grading, and embracing continual collegiality with an eye towards improved personal practice. As such, we seek an individual who is enthusiastic, student-centered, collegial, flexible, and innovative. PRIMARY
- Deliver high-quality agriculture education at WUHSMS with an emphasis on sustainability, innovation, and systems thinking
- Increase student abilities to solve relevant problems related to this field of study
- Develop and maintain community partnerships (locally, regionally, nationally, globally)
- Manage greenhouses along with the Greenhouse Assistant - Work with Place Based educator to manage school garden, composting system and outdoor classroom
- Serve on an Agriculture Program steering committee
- Integrate programming with food service
- Foster student voice and flexible pathways
-Join as an active member of the science department
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