[Coral-List] Instructors wanted for experiential environmental education in South Florida
kristenhoss at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 28 22:20:17 EDT 2007
The Science Eye is hiring! We would like to offer interested, qualified individuals an opportunity to work with an exciting experiential environmental education company, whose goal is to educate children and adults about the environment. Programs range from, but are not limited to, an all-day Everglades Wildlife Biology Experience to in-school Beach programs and more. Programs are diverse, holistic and encompass life and earth sciences and some social sciences.
Please post the following advertisement:
We are looking for instructors for our outdoor program in the Florida Everglades. Classes run from October through May during the normal school year.
We are a science and environmental education specialty company which carries out specially designed experiential programs for kids of all ages. Most programs are school based outreach programs. Our field program takes place in the Florida Everglades at our environmental institute.
This is strictly an outdoor program.
Our instructors are required to have at least 4 years of college preparation in education, biology or a science related field, an ability to work with kids of all ages, an enthusiastic personality and the means to travel throughout the Palm Beach and Broward County area in order to meet the students at the school.
Working with us will offer you a unique opportunity to experience teaching, gain significant insights into the field itself and build a wealth of teaching strategies and techniques. Performance dependent salary begins at $90/day.
We are now hiring for the Spring & Fall of 2007
Please call for an interview.
(An equal opportunity employer)
THE SCIENCE EYE
Science & Environmental Education Specialists
18241 S.W. 52nd Court, Southwest Ranches, FL 33331
Voice (954) 680-7977
Fax (954) 680-7976
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