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Please help me spread the word on this great opportunity on the Kenai Peninsula! This is a busy job with two world class streams, the Russian River and the Kenai River. We also have a very busy trail and cabin program with many moving parts…. Brown bear, black bear along with Moose and Caribou are part of the district! The work force under this position has 10 pfts positions as well as about 15 seasonal employees…… come join the fun!!! Thanks for helping me get the word out, fbs~~
|Francisco B. Sanchez
|U.S. Forest Service
Chugach National Forest
Seward Ranger District
|29847 Seward highway
Seward, AK 99664
|Caring for the land and serving people|
Each year Glacier National Park offers interpretive internships from late May to late August (beginning and ending dates may be flexible). The intern’s primary responsibilities include interpreting park resources through a range of interpretive programs (e.g., guided walks, boat tours, talks), assisting with visitor center operations, conducting roving interpretation, and completing assigned projects related to interpretation. Our program has a solid reputation for providing our interns with the in-depth training, skill development opportunities, and diverse work experience necessary to prepare them for paid positions within the field of interpretation and education. Undergraduate and graduate students majoring in interpretation, recreation/tourism, environmental studies, natural science, history, or related fields are encouraged to apply. I have attached the internship announcement below. This announcement is also posted on the park website (http://www.nps.gov/glac/getinvolved/supportyourpark/upload/Internship_Interpretation_GlacierNP16.pdf). We will be accepting applications via email through February 21, 2016. Please feel free to share this email and the attached announcement with any qualified candidates, career services offices, or professors who might have interested students.If you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Thank you for your consideration.
Supervisory Park Ranger
West Lakes District
Division of Interpretation and Education
Days Off: Saturday – Sunday
Subject: Cave Country Trails sees a Project Director for Mammoth Cave NP area
PROJECT DIRECTOR WANTED:
Cave Country Trails is a pending non-profit organization with a master plan to create a regional network of hiking, biking, walking, equestrian and water trails that would connect communities and promote the area aroundMammoth Cave National Park as an attractive destination and place to live.
Cave Country Trails is seeking a Project Director to work closely with a National Park Service representative and the board of directors to effectively market current trail assets and further the ultimate Trails Master Plan by seeking sponsorships, grant applications and generating creative ideas for area events. The Project Director will also be assisting in publicizing and coordinating details with a National Park Service representative in conducting Cave Country Trails informational workshops to be held in February and March in the participating counties. The Project Director will be expected to work comparable hours to that of a part-time position.
The Project Director’s responsibilities and recommended skills would include the following:
-Internal tasks: maintaining records and finances, providing meeting assistance, initially working with the existing subcommittees to understand the efforts already being undertaken, and a working knowledge of area developments in trails/outdoor recreation
-Communications tasks: tracking media coverage, managing an online presence via social media, drafting press releases, establishing relationships with community groups and organizations, working with the board of directors to disseminate information
-Fundraising and Events tasks: grant writing and administration, creating fundraising events and campaigns, coordinating event assistance
Anyone interested in applying for Project Director should submit a resume and a written description of the following information:
-Description up to two pages in length of how the applicant would approach achieving the goals of this project
-Expertise of general qualifications, including grant writing and administration, computer programs and database knowledge, social media and Internet skills, press release/media samples, and a demonstrated interest in health and wellness and trail use
-List of comparable project experiences including names of references and contact information, the current status of previous projects, and the nature of the applicant’s involvement in each
The ideal Cave Country Trails Project Director should also demonstrate strong experience in marketing and public relations, fundraising, solid written and oral communication skills, the ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups, self-direction and mission-driven motivation to achieve goals.
The Cave Country Trails hiring committee will evaluate submittals and may request personal interviews. Due to the anticipated volume of responses, Cave Country Trails will only contact those candidates who most closely match the ideal requirements.
All submittals are due no later than Jan. 15, 2016. Please email all submittals or questions to Sandra Wilson at sandra.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Crab Orchard is putting on S212(Chainsaw) for us and other agency employees. The dates are Jan. 12- 15th. It will include class time as well as field work. Looking for 12-15 juniors to seniors to sign up. The sheet is on my Door Room 185. There will be plenty of space for several people to sign up.
Burn Day Friday Dec 18th. 200acres. Giant City State Park and Touch of Nature unit. Anyone sticking around? Sign-up sheet is on my door as well. We will be leaving around 9am so meet in Ag room 185 @8:30am. Dr. Ruffner will be leading the charge. I have a Final at 10am on Friday. It will be an all day event, or until the sun goes down. It’s dependent on much rain, if any, we get Wednesday.
Also Fire Dawg "T-Shirts" size is on the door.
If you can’t make it to my room, let me know and I will put your name on the door.
Fire Dawgs check our group chat on SIUC webmail page. You will need to scroll down the left hand margin and select group conversations. If your not on the list and would like to be, let myself or Dr. Ruffner know and we will add you to the group.
Safe travels and if I don’t see ya,
Kory M. Garrie
Department of Forestry
Southern Illinois University
Carbondale, Illinois 62901
See flyer for paid internships through The National Great Rivers Research & Education Center for the summer of 2016. Projects will be posted on Dec 18th, applications are due Jan 18th.
Please share with college students and faculty.
Hello you LE folks – check this out! Cape Hatteras is an awesome place!!!
Environmental Protection Specialist
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks
47050 Generals Highway
Three Rivers, CA 93271
Office: (559) 565-3102
Fax: (559) 565-4202
Cell: (559) 799-8727
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks celebrate their 125th and 75th Anniversaries in 2015 (respectively)! Visit our Anniversary website for more information.
CONNECT with and CREATE the NEXT GENERATION of park visitors, supporters, and advocates.
RELEVANCY • ENGAGEMENT • SUPPORT
I’m emailing you to share in a open position. The Peoria Park District’s Forest Park Nature Center facility is looking to fill a part time Naturalist position.
If you could add this to any job boards or email lists, I would greatly appreciate it!
For full position description follow link below:
Forest Park Nature Center
5809 Forest Park Drive
Peoria Heights, IL 61616
My name is Darrell Stillwell and I am the camp director for North Central 4-H Camp in Carlisle, KY. I was given your contact information by Rex McBride. We have spring and fall overnight environmental camps for 3rd and 4th graders from various surrounding counties. We are always looking for college/university interns or recent graduates who want to gain experience in the field while earning college credit. We usually use two interns for each session – spring (mid-March-Mid May) and fall (Sept.-early Nov.); it is a paid position with free food and lodging while camp is in session. I have attached a job description for our interns.
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