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Leslie Science & Nature Center
TITLE: Summer Camp Educator
LOCATION: Ann Arbor
POSITION TYPE: Seasonal (Summer) position, with opportunities to extend into the school year
JOB DESCRIPTION: Summer Camp Educator Job Description
DETAILS: An exciting summer job opportunity with Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, Leslie Science & Nature Center, and Yankee Air Museum. The Unity in Learning partnership is bringing incredible STEM learning experiences to kids in southeast Michigan, and is currently hiring for summer camp staff. Learn more about available positions and get a sense of how working at camp can help you build skills and your resume by viewing the online recruitment packet. Positions are available at the Leslie Science & Nature Center on the north side of Ann Arbor, which is accessible by bike, bus, walking, and car. Summer Camp Educators will have the opportunity to learn and grow immensely as part of the team, while practicing valuable facilitation skills, mentoring youth, and getting to spend time being active outside. Unity in Learning camp programs include activities in engineering, chemistry, ecology and conservation, as well as sports, music, and art. The term of employment is June 9-August 30, 2019. Contact Zach Wood, Camp Programs Manager, with any questions: email@example.com. There are only a few spots left open on the staff team, so apply ASAP if you would like to be considered for a job.
TO APPLY: Visit the Camp Jobs page and submit a digital application.
TITLE: Program Assistant
POSITION TYPE: Part-Time
JOB DESCRIPTION: The Program Assistant’s primary responsibility is to support Big Green’s Program Team in Detroit, as they serve Learning Garden Teams and school communities. Primary activities including helping to lead Learning Garden kick-off days, planting days and harvest days at schools. Opportunities to assist the Detroit Program Team in additional capacities, such as workshops, community events, or delivery of supplies/materials may arise – all related to achieving Big Green’s Edible Garden Initiative in our partner schools.
DETAILS: For more detailed information about this position, please click here.
TO APPLY: Click here to apply.