Environmental Education Summer Camp Intern-
The Riveredge Nature Center Environmental Education Summer Camp Intern is a unique opportunity for a person just entering the environmental education field who is willing to learn and work with a dedicated group of staff and volunteers. The intern will assist with Riveredge Nature Journeys Summer Camp programs. Depending upon the goals of the selected intern, she/he may also assist, observe, and lead Youth and Family programs as well as Summer Day Adventure programs. Interns will have the chance to experience other departments such as Land Management, Buildings & Grounds, Marketing, and Permaculture. If the intern chooses to take college and university credit with this program, Riveredge Staff will work with him/her to fulfill requirements when applicable. This position is responsible for teaching environmental education programs to school-aged students, families and adults, and the delivery of education events. You can view the complete position description here. To apply please send a letter of interest and resume to Steff Merten, Adventure Education Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Garden and Permaculture Education Intern
The intern will work creatively with the Riveredge Nature Center team of staff and volunteers to develop and maintain the organic garden, outdoor kitchen, and the permaculture site for use by Riveredge Nature Journeys Summer Camps and other educational groups. You can view the complete position description here. To apply, email your cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references in a single document (in PDF or Word Format) to email@example.com no later than February 19, 2019 to the attention of Sunny Knutson, Director of Education.
Community Outreach & Water Literacy Coordinator
Riveredge Nature Center launched the Community Rivers Program (CRP) in 2017. This program is a community based approach to transforming the Upper Milwaukee River Watershed through the engagement of the rural villages in its region. It is our hope that the CRP will inspire the residents to care about their watershed, educate them about the challenges faced by the watershed, and engage them in changing land management practices to help improve the habitat and quality of water in the watershed. The project achieves this through a series of personal engagement, adventure activities, and community-wide efforts. The Community Outreach and Water Literacy Coordinator will be a critical component in engaging and educating CRP community residents about the Milwaukee River watershed. You can view the position description here. To apply, email your cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references to Mandie Zopp, Director of Research and Conservation, at firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than March 1, 2019.