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Inland Seas Education Association

Suttons Bay

Michigan, USA

ISEA seeks an enthusiastic, curious professional to be our Great Lakes Educator. This full-time position specializes in delivering educational programs. Programs take place on shore leading Watershed Exploration and ROV Engineer & Explore programs and aboard schooners Inland Seas, and Alliance, leading Schoolship, public, and overnight programs -under the leadership of the Education Coordinator. The position is based out of Suttons Bay and Traverse City, MI, but will include various ports throughout the Great Lakes during the summer. Position includes competitive pay, benefits package, opportunities to travel by sail and live aboard a tall ship schooner, explore streams and watersheds with participants, and develop new programs for ISEA. Come share your passion for the Great Lakes with learners of all ages while you work and play outdoors in, on, and around the beautiful waters of this region! To apply submit a resume and cover letter to Juliana Lisuk at jlisuk@schoolship.org.

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Application Deadline:

July 24, 2024

Chippewa Nature Center

Midland

MI

The Nature Preschool Assistant has a passion for supporting 3 and 4 year old children and their teaching team as they explore the natural world. Nature Preschool is a high-quality, play-based program which uses research-based curriculum practices to implement developmentally appropriate early childhood education with nature at its core. Nature Preschoolers and staff experience the ecosystems at Chippewa Nature Center through engaging lessons and enriching exploration.

Objective: To work alongside our teaching teams to provide a premier early childhood environment which meets the developmental needs of the whole child, while initiating them into a lifelong, meaningful relationship with the natural world.

Duties:
1. Assist with the health, safety, and welfare of all children in the group
2. Accompany classes during indoor and outdoor exploration experiences
3. Prepare snacks, activities, and materials with the support of the teaching team
5. Serve as a substitute teacher as needed

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Application Deadline:

July 26, 2024

Chippewa Nature Center

Midland

MI

Join a team of creative, passionate professionals who work together to connect children with nature through educational, recreational and cultural experiences. Educators have a passion for sharing the natural world in relevant, engaging ways with students in preschool through high school. Educators work as a team with other program staff delivering high quality, curriculum-aligned natural and cultural history programs. Educators work a fixed schedule from 2-4 days/wk during spring and fall with optional on-call hours in winter and summer.

Objective: To provide high quality natural and cultural history programs to students during field trips and visits to schools.

Duties:
• Lead school programs focusing on natural and/or cultural history topics for PreK-12 audiences
• Prepare for programs including gathering and setting up all necessary materials
• Attend training sessions and staff meetings
• Work a minimum of 2 days/week, 9 am-3 pm (4 days max) for the Fall and Spring

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Application Deadline:

July 26, 2024

Bloomfield Hills Schools / Johnson Nature Center

Bloomfield Hills

MI

PRIMARY PURPOSE: The Nature Center Guide will contribute to increasing visitors’ awareness of their
surrounding natural environment and cultural heritage. The Guide will foster the appreciation,
enjoyment, and sustainable use of our Michigan natural and cultural resources through education with a
commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. This position includes providing instructional support to
educators in Bloomfield Hills Schools and the surrounding communities, connecting the outdoors to the
classroom, in addition to contributing to community development through educational programs and
community events.
The Nature Center Guide will be scheduled to support educational programs and community events on
an as-needed basis with advance notice provided. This is an hourly, on-call position with hours that vary
by the season, which may include weekend and evening work.

- JobID 939

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Application Deadline:

September 2, 2024

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