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Looking to Get Your Feet Wet in Environmental Education?

Now hiring for Fall 2024

Internships -

Fall applications  Acceped now

College juniors and seniors and recent graduates needed for Fall 2024.

Send a letter of intent and your resume to Tania Gale - DEADLINE June 28 or until filled. 

Candidates should have knowledge of local natural history and experience working with children.

  • Environmental Education: Leading programs for a wide age range
  • Public Programs: Plan and lead public nature interpretation programs, may include: pre-k classes, kayak trips, outreach, scout groups
  • Wildlife monitoring projects 
  • Park operations including animal care and garden and trail maintenance

Fall Internship period to be late August through mid-November. Positions also available in Spring and Summer.

Hours: Mostly weekdays between 9am-5pm, with occasional weekends, evenings, or overnights.  Average of 25-30 hours/week for 12 weeks for fall.

Stipend of $2,000 through Calvert Nature Society

**Funding may available for St. Mary's College Students through St. Mary's College** Inquire for details.

Selected candidates are required to pass a background check.

Summer Counselors-Full for 2024

High School students are encouraged to apply to be summer camp counselors.  

Available to high school students age 16 and older.

Send your resume and letter of interest to Tania Gale -DEADLINE 4/15

Camp Counselors assist Naturalists in running nature discovery summer camps for elementary and teenaged children. 

Training will be provided, although babysitting experience is helpful.

Camps take place at the County nature parks; counselors must provide own transportation to park sites.

Hours: Most camps are during the weekdays, but some require an overnight campout. Counselors work approximately 20-40 hours per week, from mid-June through mid-August.

Starting pay is $15 per hour.

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