The Herring Gut Learning Center seeks a full-time Education Director to provide science and math programs — including K-12 school curricula and professional development for teachers, summer camps for campers age 5 to 13, and community outreach for K-5 and public audiences — using the marine environment and aquaculture systems. Position open until filled; start date August 15, 2010.
The Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) is looking for a highly qualified candidate to fill the Environmental Education Program Director position. The Program Director reports directly to the president and is responsible for overall leadership of VINS’ environmental education programs. The Program Director ensures that all VINS’ education programs are high-quality, innovative, exciting, and financially sustainable. VINS’ environmental education programs include programs for children, adults, citizen scientists, and professional educators. The programs are based on current science and delivered in schools, camps, and communities throughout Vermont and New Hampshire, and at the VINS Nature Center in Quechee, Vermont. In addition to leading the development and delivery of programs, the Program Director oversees the design and management of exhibits at the VINS Nature Center, as well as the care of VINS’ collection of wild birds and other live animals featured in programs and exhibits.