Clovis Unified School District is now providing training ground to students who are passionate about outdoor education or interpretation, through an internship. The course is 10 months long, with the starting date on August 3, 2020, and the concluding date on June 11, 2021.
This program is dedicated to acquaint and train college students in the field of outdoor education. By taking part in this internship, you can develop knowledge in SOS’s programs, teaching techniques, group management, and natural history.
Your intern journey will also involve leading small and large groups of students in day classes, evening classes and field trips all in a beautiful outdoor setting in the Sierra Nevada foothills.
Clovis Unified School District is a public school system based in Clovis, California. It operates 43 schools that serve around 40,000 students in a geographic area. The mission of this school is to be America’s benchmark for excellence in education.
The program will be held in Sonora, CA.
Interns will be able to work from August 3, 2020, through June 11, 2021.
Interns will get:
- $2,200/month stipend
- Modern, on-site housing
- Pro-deals with select outfitters
- Financial assistance for one outdoor education-related conference
- One paid day to visit and observe another environmental education program in the region
The ideal candidate will have the following credentials:
- College degree in the field of science, education, outdoor recreation, or related field.
- Previous experience working with children required, grades 4th – 6th preferred.
- Work with music or performance is beneficial.
- Valid driver’s license, clear fingerprints, and background check, and a negative TB test.
- First aid and CPR/AED required
- Ability to hike up to five miles per day in all weather conditions.
- Ability and willingness to live responsibly in shared housing in a remote setting.
How to Apply:
The application process is entirely online.
Open until filled.