Nevada Outdoor School Summer Naturalist
|Service dates||06/01/2021 - 08/15/2021|
|Applications||04/23/2021 To 06/15/2021|
This position is a 300 hour, 40 hours . Schedule is Mon.-Fri. 8:00 am-4:00 pm Hours and days may vary. Summer Naturalists will deliver and assist with planning, coordination, and outreach of all Nevada Outdoor School educational programs including field trips, summer camps, special events, classroom lessons, and Outdoor Ethics. Training will be offered to the member and CPR training. Selected candidate will receive a stipend $1229.16 per month and upon successfully completion the member will receive an Education Award $1,289.95.
|Benefits||Childcare assistance if eligible , Education award upon successful completion of service , Stipend , Training , Health Coverage .|
|Education requirements||High school diploma/GED|
|Desired skills, certifications or qualifications|
General Skills , Team Work , Education , Environment , Leadership .
Uniforms provided and required , Car recommended .
|Weekly Hours||40/week, 300 Max|
|Service Environment||Children/Youth , Community Outreach , Environment , Education .|
The Summer Naturalist will provide plan and facilitate successful summer camp programs, field trips, deliver Outdoor Ethics programming to schools and at special events, plan and teach all activities for weekend volunteer stewardship projects, assist , gather/obtain and keep tidy all necessary educational supplies. Related Responsibilities: Enter participant numbers into database and help to compile monthly direct results reporting, assist with development and utilize needs assessment tools and/or evaluations, promote Nevada Outdoor School's educational program through various forms of media - via media, assist in recruiting volunteers for educational programs as required, assist in recruiting youth for elective programs, attend training, seminars and/or conferences related to service objectives and career, development, participate in NOS community and special events.
|Our mission||Nevada Outdoor School inspires exploration of the natural world, responsible stewardship of our habitat and dedication to community.|