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Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan

Port Huron, MI

Position: Outdoor Education Program Specialist

Job Description: The Outdoor Education Program Specialist is primarily responsible for overseeing, promoting, developing and evaluating outdoor education programming.

This position provides staff leadership and support in the areas of outdoor education to support volunteers and girls in their participation in and/or delivery of outdoor education opportunities. The incumbent proactively supports Council goals for camping Services with a focus on increasing girl participation

The Outdoor Education Program Specialist will incorporate all current GSUSA initiatives and the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) into the design of all programs. She/he will develop and implement project plans and maintains relationships with volunteers and community partners.

Qualifications: Click here for a more detailed job description and qualifications 

To Apply:  Please click here

Posted: 04.21.2021

Kalamazoo Nature Center

Kalamazoo, MI

Position: Exhibits Coordinator 

Job Description: The Kalamazoo Nature Center delivers a wide variety of programs designed to connect people to nature and
promote increased protection of our natural world. The KNC Visitor Center is an architecturally significant
indoor space designed to lead people in and through exhibits that highlight connection with the natural
world. Our Exhibits Coordinator will work closely with the Learning and Engagement and Conservation
Stewardship teams to support the planning, organization, and implementation of innovative new exhibits with
a particular focus on highlighting KNC’s strategic themes of equity and climate change. This unique position
will drive creativity, drawing on local and globally environmental issues, to welcome people to consider our
natural world.

Qualifications: Click here for a more detailed job description and qualifications 

To Apply:  Please submit a resume and cover letter to jdoezema@naturecenter.org by May 3rd 2021. 

Posted: 04.21.2021

Detroit Audobon

Detroit, MI

Position: Program Coordinator

Job Description: This is part-time (25 hour per week) professional position which will grow to a full-time position in the future, when funding alllows.  The incumbent will develop, conduct, and train volunteers to conduct environmental education programs for all age groups, with particular emphasis on birds. The incumbent will also coordinate or assist in coordinating special events, and coordinate exhibits at conservation-related shows and conferences. The incumbent will also be our social media coordinator, and will write articles for each issue of our magazine and newsletter. Other duties include disseminating publicity about the organization and its events through a variety of media and answering natural history questions over the phone.  Some issue advocacy may also be required.  

Qualifications: Click here for a more detailed job description and qualifications 

To Apply:  Interested parties should send a cover letter, resume, and three letters of reference to Rochelle Breitenbach, President of Detroit Audubon at rochelle@detroitaudubon.org.

Posted: 04.21.2021

The Greenspire Middle School

Traverse City, MI

Job Description: The mission of The Greenspire School is to provide an ecologically relevant and academically rigorous program grounded in direct experiences that develop skills to facilitate lifelong learning and nurture ethical citizenship. We utilize project-based learning and SEL practices to strengthen our students' experiences.

Please click the links below for more detailed information:


To Apply: Please click here to apply for individual application information

Posted: 04.21.2021

Chippewa Nature Center

Midland, MI

Position: Variety of full-time and part-time positions

Visitor Services Coordinator - Help with ecosystem restoration by removing invasive exotic plants so that a diversity of native species once again thrive.

1. Control non-native plant species using physical and chemical means, with the goal of helping to restore
selected Nature Center ecosystems back to a more natural state
2. Safely and properly use powered brush saws, pole pruners, hand pruners and hand saws to remove brush
3. Assist with other land management and facilities work as assigned
4. Operate within all established safety and security procedures


Cleaning Crew Member - Be part of a team to do the day-to-day cleaning of the Nature Center facilities. Each year, thousands of people of all ages and abilities learn about nature at Chippewa Nature Center (CNC), and we pride ourselves in providing state-ofthe-art facilities. The Cleaning Crew helps ensure that CNC facilities are maintained to the highest level.

Natural Resources Technician - Perform necessary work to properly maintain land-related resources in a safe and secure
manner with emphasis on invasive exotic plant removal. Trails, land maintenance and restoration, and
program support such as the Sugarhouse operation will also be required.

Nature Day Camp Adventure Trip Leader - Join a team of creative, energetic professionals who work together to connect children
with nature through educational, recreational and cultural experiences. Chippewa Nature Center is in search of a Nature Day Camp (NDC) Adventure Trip Leader with a passion for making a difference in the lives of children by providing powerful, dynamic programs in the backcountry. The Adventure Trip Leader will lead 5- to 9-day programs, introducing 10-16 year olds to backpacking, canoeing, kayaking and backcountry camping in the state of Michigan

For more details please click here.

Posted: 04.20.2021

Our Global Kids / Motor City Archers

Detroit, MI​

Position: USAA L2 Certified (or higher) Archery Instructors/Coaches

Job Description: Our Global Kids / Motor City Archers is looking to hire (and start immediately), Archery Coaches.  You must be USAA L2 Certified or higher.  We coach and run several programs in the Metro Detroit, including programs within the parks and rec and ranges in the area.  Starting pay is $15.00 per hour.

More Details and Information: For more information and details please email Nick Di Cresce at nickthenaturenut@gmail.com

Posted: 04.06.2021

Battle Creek Outdoor Education Center

Battle Creek, MI

Position: Program Coordinator

Job Description: The Program Coordinator plays an essential role in the camp experience for visiting schools. 
The Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day operations related to school visits, seasonal instructor staff, instructional programming and supporting equipment, and communications with visiting schools.

Qualifications: Click here for a more detailed job description and qualifications 

To Apply:  Send cover letter, resume, and 4 reference contacts to OEC Director, Amy Cherry:

Phone inquiries are welcome at 269-721-8161.
Please email for a full job description.
More information is on our website www.clearlakecamp.org

Posted: 03.30.2021

Howell Nature Center

Howell MI

Position: Nature Educator

Job Description: The Nature Educator works with a team of dedicated and supportive environmental educators to provide standard-based curricula and nature-based programs to audiences of all ages. They lead and conduct outdoor programs designed to educate children and adults from diverse backgrounds on ecological and recreational topics in a warm and welcoming manner. The position requires enthusiasm, a positive attitude, and a collaborative spirit while working in a team setting to support the mission of Howell Nature Center. Our Nature Educators communicate and demonstrate the organization’s mission, goals, and culture in creating a social context of “Heal, Grow, Be Wild!” This position will include weekdays, evenings, and weekend programming.

Qualifications: Click here for a more detailed job description and qualifications 

To Apply:  Fill out an application online at howellnaturecenter.org/contact/employment-internships/

Posted: 03.30.2021

The Greenspire High School

Traverse City, MI

Job Description: The Greenspire School is excited to launch our new environmentally-focused high school, complementing our existing middle school program.  We are seeking dynamic, experiences, and focused educators with experience in project-based learning.  The high school will open to 9th grad and 10th grade students in the fall of 2021 at the Northwestern Michigan College University Center building.

These individuals will help students to learn subject matter and skills which will lead toward the fulfillment of their potential for intellectual, emotional and psychological growth.  These individuals will direct and evaluate the learning experiences of the students in activities sponsored by the school and intentionally developed to prepare students for apprenticeship, experiential STEM-based learning.  This is an environmentally-focused high school.

Please click the links below for more detailed information:


To Apply: Please click here to apply for individual application information

Posted: 03.30.2021

MSU Tollgate Farm

East Lansing, MI

Position: Variety of full-time seasonal positions

Job Description: MSU Tollgate Farm is currently hiring a variety of full-time, seasonal positions! We are searching for kind and patient camp staff with enthusiasm for the outdoors, agriculture, and 4-H youth development.

These positions are a great fit for pre-service teachers or current teachers looking to earn experience in teaching, agriculture, and outdoor education. Follow the links below to learn more about our Communications Leader, Aftercare and STEM Activity Leader, Garden Kitchen Leader, Specialty Camp Leader, and Educational Leader seasonal positions.

Summer Camp Educational Leader - The role of the Summer Camp Educational Leader is to lead the learning experience for groups of youth, ages 6-14, during 6 weeks of science themed summer camp. 

Summer Camp Specialty Camp and Stewards Educational Leader - The MSU Tollgate Farm Specialty Camp and Stewards Educational Leader will work with other camp staff to provide positive outdoor learning and leadership opportunities for youth ages 12-19. 

Summer Camp Garden Kitchen Leader - The role of the Summer Camp Garden Kitchen Leader is to lead summer camp groups through daily lessons on cooking and nutrition while making a farm fresh snack. 

Summer Camp STEM Activity and Aftercare Leader - The role of the STEM Activity and Aftercare Leader is to design and lead summer camp groups through a daily theme based STEM activity (science, technology, engineering, and math) and lead the summer camp aftercare program. 

Summer Camp Communications Leader - The role of the Summer Camp Communications Leader position is to document through pictures and a daily blog the "camp experience".  

For more details please click here.

Posted: 03.30.2021