Prácticas remuneradas de educación ambiental (New Mexico, USA) ~

21 de junio de 2016

Prácticas remuneradas de educación ambiental (New Mexico, USA)

Summary: The Sandia Mountain Natural History Center is an Environmental Education Center owned by Albuquerque Public Schools and run by the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science. Each year the SMNHC teaches about 17,000 students, teachers and parents about the inter-
connectedness of nature through a series of fun, exciting and educational programs.

Duties: Lead 3-5 hour environmental education programs/hikes for 20-30
5th grade students at a time, at the SMNHC and occasionally across New
Mexico (travel expenses provided); assist full time staff with field
research; trail maintenance and other projects as assigned.

Qualifications Required: Bachelors Degree in Environmental Studies,
Education, Biology, Ecology or other applicable area.

Conditions of Employment: Must live on site. Desire to work with youth
in the outdoors, ability to do physical labor and hikes at elevations of
7,000+ feet, Authorization of a Albuquerque Public Schools criminal
background check and satisfactory result.

Length of Internship/Hours per Week: 13 paid weeks between August 22th
and November 18th. 35 hours per week.

Compensation & Benefits:

$330 a week ($9.43 per hour)

Free housing (fully furnished cottage) bordering the Cibola National
Forest & Sandia Mountain Wilderness (great trail access).

Utilities provided.

Rural, remote setting in Cedar Crest, New Mexico. 20 minutes from

35 hour work week

Gain great teaching experience, including NMMNHS training and continuing

Beautiful work environment

Free admission to NMMNHS & programs

Application Procedure: Deadline July 4th, 2016.

Please send a one-page cover letter, resume, and names & phone numbers
and/or email addresses of three references to:

Paul Mauermann

Phone: 505-281-5259

New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

1801 Mountain Road NW

Albuquerque, New Mexico 87104

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