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21-22 Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group Env. Educator
 
 
 
The Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group, at the Salmon Center, strives to deepen the connection between land, people, and salmon through restoration, education, and research. Environmental Educators will support the organization by adding depth to the education team, and expanding breadth of stewardship actions, further increasing healthy salmon populations and improved native species biodiversity in the Hood Canal Watershed. While working on education projects, members will be implementing in-class programs in the majority of Mason County schools. Educators will also be joining local partners to support the Students in the Watershed program, Explore the Fjord and Farm Steward Summer camps, and carrying out fieldtrips and site visits around the Theler Wetlands and Salmon Center properties. The Salmon Center hopes to further increase its public educational offerings throughout the year, and educators will lead the charge in creating interpretive programs for the public. In stewardship roles, members will restore critical salmon habitat on Hood Canal streams through ecological resoration activites. Educators will lead the installation of native plants in winter months, through volunteer planting organization, site prep and nursery maintenance. Members will also conduct stewardship activities at existing planting sites, including the removal of invasive species, browse protection, and supplemental planting both on site and on active restoration properties. We anticipate to hold interviews for the position throughout the early summer, and look to hire 2 new members in the fall. If you have questions, please contact Heather Hamilton at heather@pnwsalmoncenter.org.
 
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Member Duties : Environmental Educators will split their time between Education and Stewardship activities. Education roles include improving and implementing Salmon in the Classroom in class presentations, focused on teaching local 4th graders about a salmon's life cycle. Members will assist with the coordination and implementation of the Students in the Watershed program and Green STEM Summit. Through out the summer, members will hold summer camp offerings. Educators will help with outreach events throughout the Hood Canal watershed, and will also lead implementation of new public interpretation on the Salmon Center and Theler Wetland trail system. Stewardship roles will include laborous work such as digging holes, spreading mulch, manual removal of invasive species and herbicide application. Applicant should be comfortable lifting 50 lbs, traveling over uneven terrain, working in inclement weather and running small engines such as a weed whacker. Rain gear and tools will be provided.
 
Program Benefits : Training ,  Education award upon successful completion of service ,  Stipend ,  Health Coverage ,  Childcare assistance if eligible . 
 
Terms :
Car recommended . 
 
Service Areas :
Environment . 
 
Skills :
Teaching/Tutoring ,  Team Work ,  Public Speaking ,  Leadership ,  Youth Development ,  Conflict Resolution ,  Education ,  Environment ,  First Aid ,  Computers/Technology ,  Communications . 
 
 
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SUMMARY
Program Type:
AmeriCorps State / National

Program
21-22 Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group Env. Educator

Program Start/End Date
09/01/2021  -   08/15/2022

Work Schedule Full Time

Education level
High school diploma/GED

Age Requirement
Minimum:  18    Maximum:  99

Program Locations WASHINGTON  

Accepting Applications
From  04/08/2021  To  10/01/2021 

Contact Heather Hamilton
PO Box 2169
Belfair   WA   98528
3602753575
wscip@esd.wa.gov

Listing ID 103212


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