Outdoor/Environmental Educators

Our program operates during the school-year; we offer seasonal employment in the spring and fall. We are typically hiring during winter and summer months, but please reach out to us anytime regarding future employment.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  •  Group leader and teacher in the 5-day seasonal residential program

  • Develop and present classes in a variety of academic areas of your choosing

  • Supervise middle school aged students in field experiences

  • Facilitate students in team building initiatives and low ropes courses

  • Facilitate high ropes courses at our Hancock, New Hampshire location

  • Evening activities and mealtime duties

Qualifications and Skills:

  • Bachelor's degree (Paid internships are available for people who do not yet hold a bachelor's degree)

  • Strong commitment to educate children

  • Energetic, dedicated & able to become involved in all aspects of the program

  • Special skills (music, singing, storytelling) helpful

  • Experience working with children preferred

Benefits:

  • Weekly salaries range between $320 and $400 based on education and related experience

  • Food and lodging 7 days a week for the length of contract

  • No weekend or overnight duties

  • Educate in an informal setting at a 1 to 12 ratio

  • A supportive organization that is willing to help you develop professionally

  • Freedom to explore new areas for classes and programs

  • Room for career advancement

Dates of Employment vary by site, but are roughly:

  • Fall: September through November

  • Spring: March through mid-June

Nature's Classroom

508-248-2741 or 1-800-433-8375

Dr. John G. Santos, Director
19 Harrington Rd
Charlton, MA 01507