Not all who wander are lost. Here, we understand that there’s no better way to connect with Mother Nature than to experience her beauty in our own backyard.
Each year Walking Mountains Science Center hires a combination of permanent, temporary and seasonal staff to fill a variety of administrative, educational, and interpretive programming needs in Eagle County, Colorado.
Interested in working for Walking Mountains Science Center? Contact us with a resume and cover letter describing your interest and passion for natural science education.
No Permanent Positions are available at this time.
At this time we are accepting application for the 2013-14 Graduate Fellowship!
The multi-faceted Fellowship in Natural Science Education is a full-time, 15-month professional development program focusing on field and classroom science instruction for youth. In conjunction with their teaching responsibilities, Educators participate in graduate level environmental education courses accredited through Colorado State University.
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Join us for an unforgettable experience working with people of all ages in the outdoors. Grow as an environmental educator and interpreter. Create an incredible network of contacts for careers within the fields of education, natural resource management and tourism.
We are no longer accepting applications for the Summer Naturalist Internship and Multi-Season Naturalist Internship positions. Hiring for Winter 2013-2014 will begin in August 2013.
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