Green River Preserve. Become part of a special team of people who inspire a profound appreciation of ecological respect, interconnectedness and the joy of living.
Through wilderness skills, creative arts and the exhilaration of outdoor fun and discovery, Green River Preserve Mentor Naturalists lead and teach challenging and nurturing learning experiences at this 3,400-acre private wildlife preserve in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Additional job opportunities include Cabin Counselors, Activity Coordinators, Expedition Leaders, Mountain Biking Mentor, Media Coordinator, Camp Nurse/Doctor, Office Assistant, Environmental Outreach Member, and Interns (Summer Camp Program, Expeditions Program and Farming). Now accepting applications for all 2015 positions!
Intern or Angel? At St. E's it's both.
Are you looking for a unique experience with an innovative program that will shape your life forever? St. Elizabeth Shelter Residential Interns are responsible for most of the hands-on operation of the homeless shelter, live in the beautiful artistic town of Santa Fe, New Mexico and receive plentiful benefits. Read about one Intern's Journey »
For over 20 years, Alaska Excursions has been providing the "E.X.C.U.R.S.I.O.N. of a lifetime" to its guests, staff members, and animals.
Ever imagine pulling a team of powerful huskies in custom-made wheeled dog sleds, leading horseback tours through Alaska's most breathtaking valleys and backcountry or guiding guests on an exciting zipline adventure? The summer team at Alaska Excursions will have the opportunity to earn a great pay while working in a fun, positive environment.
The Holistic Orchard Management Apprenticeship at Tooley's Trees is a professional training opportunity targeted at beginning agrarians committed to a life and career in regenerative agriculture and land stewardship.
The Tooley's Trees Apprenticeship includes hands-on experience in all aspects of running a successful tree nursery, including basic soil science, plant and insect ID, bench and bud grafting, tree pruning, tree and nursery crop production, sales and marketing, vegetable gardening, composting and a plethora of other skills tied to farming and orchard management. Apprenticeship begins in March 2015 for 8 months; apply by January 24, 2015.