• Saturday, April 24, 2021 11:21 AM | Anonymous member

    Recreation Specialist, Orange County Parks and Recreation

    Site Supervisor I, Orange County Parks and Recreation

    Florida 4-H State Camping and Environmental Education Coordinator, University of Florida

    Education Coordinator, Manatee Observation and Education Center

  • Saturday, April 24, 2021 10:59 AM | Anonymous member


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  • Saturday, April 24, 2021 10:48 AM | Anonymous member

    Interested in some fun and exciting hands-on virtual programs from St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge?  Reach out to Lori Nicholson, Instructional Systems Specialist and she'll be happy to share links to programs that are fun for all ages!  Topics are:  Alligators, Butterflies, Kayaking and Snorkeling, Bats and much more!

    St Marks National Wildlife Refuge

    Virtual Program information

    • Alligators:  A short informative educational video that tells about the American Alligators, their history, biology and how to tell the difference between them and crocodiles.   Good for all ages.  2 minutes and 25 seconds long.  (Video is closed captioned)

    • An Evening at the St Marks NWR Bat house: Turn the volume up on this video to hear the sounds of nature (pileated woodpecker, bats, wind and other birds and insects) in the evening at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge right beside one of our bat houses.  Listen to the bats as they wake up and watch as bats make their exit to hunt for insects for the night.   This video is approximately 3 minutes and 38 seconds long.  Fun for all ages.  Currently not closed captioned, if done will have to just be descriptions of video as there is no talking in this one.  

    • Butterfly Craft:  This is a great short activity for early childhood to lower primary grades.  Watch and learn how to make a butterfly out of toilet paper tubes.  Video is 2 minutes and 28 seconds long.  Currently not closed captioned.  

    • St. Marks NWR Butterfly Hike:  Take a virtual hike on the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge and learn about various species of beautiful butterflies on the refuge while you enjoy the scenery.  Music accompanies the video while captions are displayed in the video.  Video is 3 minutes and 38 seconds long.  (Video closed captioned).  

    • Coffee Filter Butterfly Craft:  Watch along and learn how to make a coffee filter butterfly.  Great for early childhood to lower primary grades.  Video is 1 minute and 2 seconds long.  Video currently is not closed captioned.

    • Virtual Tour of Cedar Point Trail:  This virtual hike along Cedar Point trail on St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge.  This video is fun for all ages.  Learn about the plants and animals along the trail.  Fun zippy music accompanies the video.  Video is 3 minutes and 6 seconds long.   Currently not closed captioned.  

    • Monarch Tagging part 1:  Join State biologist and volunteer on an early morning adventure to find and tag the monarch butterfly.  Very informative video, great shots of early morning at the refuge.  This video is better for older grades and is part 1 of a 2-part series.  It lasts 26 minutes.   This video is currently not closed captioned.  

    • Introduction to St.Marks National Wildlife Refuge:  Video was created for National Public Lands Day.  Great scenic views of the refuge with closed captioning. Learn about various plants and animals on the refuge while enjoying this video.  Great for all ages.  Video is 3 minutes and 24 seconds long and is closed captioned

    • OE (Ophrycystis elecktrosccirrha) Study wit Jaap de Roode, Professor of Biology Emory University:  A very informative video on an important butterfly parasite study that is being done on the monarch butterflies.  This video is best for upper elementary and high school students.  Video is 3 minutes and 53 seconds long.  Currently not closed captioned.

    • Virtual Kayaking and Snorkeling Tour of St.Marks National Wildlife Refuge:  Come along for a short virtual kayaking trip around the lighthouse.  Ride along on the kayak and go under water with us as we snorkel to see what we can find along the old keeper’s dock remains.  Music accompanies this 3 minute and 58 second video.     Currently not closed captioned.  

    • Virtual Insect Program:  This very informative virtual field trip is a great way to teach about insects, their life cycles and insect anatomy. Watch along as we dip net in Plum Orchard pond then take a closer look at specimens that are caught.  This program is 10 minutes and 49 seconds long.  Post program activity sheets can be requested.  This program is designed for upper elementary students and meets educational standard requirements.  Most ages will enjoy.  This video is closed captioned.    

    • Painting with Jan Part I:  Come with us on a paint along adventure of the famous, majestic St. Marks Lighthouse.    This series is great not only for art students in middle and high school, but also adults.  This is part 1 of a 6-part painting series.  It is almost 14 minutes long.  Currently not closed captioned.  

    • Painting with Jan Part II:  Continue the paint along adventure with Jan while she helps you step by step in painting a lighthouse scene.  Video is 17 minutes and 15 seconds. Currently not closed captioned.  

    For access to the videos, please email Lori Nicholson at lori_nicholson@fws.gov
  • Tuesday, April 20, 2021 4:15 PM | Anonymous member

    You are invited to a Diversity Equity Inclusion Justice Accessibility Symposium.

    The DEIJA Symposium is a four-part series on Wednesdays beginning April 21. Participants will discuss their work and personal experiences in a discussion style interview with opportunity for Q&A. MAEOE believes that diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, and accessibility are at the core of ensuring an environmentally sustainable future. Our commitment to address and tackle challenges in access to services, products, talent and accessibility to resources in diverse Maryland communities. We advocate for an inclusive and welcoming space for all Marylanders.

    For more information go to the MAEOE website

  • Friday, April 16, 2021 6:30 PM | Anonymous member


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    2. Financial Clerk, National Marine Sanctuary FoundationDiscover Wonder, Silver Spring, MD

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    4. Software Engineer, Benioff Ocean Initiative, Santa Barbara, CA

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    6. Community Manager, SeaLegacy, Remote (US, UK, or Canada)

    7. Editorial Director, SeaLegacy, Remote (US, UK, or Canada)

  • Thursday, April 15, 2021 4:58 PM | Anonymous member

    We are looking for candidates with both academic and people skills who work well in teams, honor their commitments, and innovate in a rapidly changing world. As a State Specialized Agent (SSA, 100% Extension) for volunteerism you will design, plan, implement, evaluate, and report on a scholarly education program in the area of volunteer management and development. Your responsibilities will include facilitating and coordinating collaboration and cooperation among state and county faculty who recruit and develop volunteers as integral parts of their extension programs. You will coordinate implementation of programmatic, risk management, and youth protection policies in our volunteer base including release procedures and you will provide training and guidance for faculty on volunteer recruiting, development, and retention.

    You will provide leadership to state team on volunteerism under the supervision of the Associate Dean for Extension – State Program Leader for 4-H Youth Development, Families and Communities. This position will function as part of the state 4-H Executive Leadership team which is led by the 4-H Associate State Program Leader. Main office location negotiable pending space availability, if not Gainesville.

    For more information: https://facultyjobs.hr.ufl.edu/posting/86229

  • Wednesday, April 14, 2021 2:30 PM | Anonymous member

    Job Description:

    This internship will help the Conservation Leadership Initiative (CLI) Program Associate plan and recruit for the next Fall's Student Cohort. CLI connects 25 Florida college student annually with the Audubon network, conservation projects, and professional development opportunities. The intern will also assist in developing new education initiatives at the Center for Birds of Prey in partnership with our Education Manager.

    • Build relationships with contacts at colleges and universities across the state of Florida for CLI program(link is external) recruitment, with a focus on HBCUs and MSIs.
    • Support the CLI Program Associate in planning upcoming events such as the 2021 CLI Cohort onboarding at the Audubon Assembly.
    • Assist with Center outreach initiatives including in-person and online special events.
    • Provide support to the Education Manager for education projects.
    • Support the daily operation of the Center for Birds of Prey, which could include responsibilities such as Guest Relations, education and outreach, or animal husbandry.
    • Other duties as needed and assigned.

    How to Apply:

    Visit https://careers-audubon.icims.com/jobs/4641/job to apply. Cover letter and resume are required.

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  • Wednesday, April 14, 2021 2:25 PM | Anonymous member

    Job Description:

    The Seasonal Education Specialist facilitates and supports Estuary EDventures’ (EE)  field trips and Summer Camp at the Tampa Bay Watch Marine Education Center. The ES assists in aquarium husbandry and program development. The position reports to the Director of Education. Position Start and End Date: 5/3/2021- 8/13/2021 Schedule: Monday-Friday  20-40 hours/week ( during summer camp 40 hours a week)


    • Serve as facilitator for EE field trip and summer camp programs / Teach students of various ages
    • Maintain Marine Education Center/Classroom and program materials
    • Design and implement education programs and materials 
    • Assist in the daily and weekly set-up, clean up, and facilitation of each program
    • Perform various in-field activities such as trawling, seining, and kayaking
    • Collect and identify species of the bay
    • Perform a variety of aquarium husbandry tasks
    • Assist in training and guiding interns and junior counselors
    • Serve as a mate on USCG-certified beach catamaran / Participate in USCG Consortium random drug testing program. 
    • Serve as kayak program lead 
    • Maintain knowledge of emergency protocol with the ability to make immediate necessary medical decisions and actions / Maintain valid adult and pediatric first aid and CPR/AED certifications
    • Participate in departmental meetings and trainings

    How to Apply: Email resume, cover letter and salary requirements to educationresumes@tampabaywatch.org

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  • Monday, April 12, 2021 6:06 PM | Anonymous member

    Manage/supervise day-to-day operations of 3 camps and their Camp Resident Directors. Under the direction of Associate State Program Leader, and in collaboration with Business Manager Youth, Families & Communities Business Services, UF/IFAS Facilities personnel, and Camp Resident Directors to coordinate UF/IFAS Facility Projects at the camps.  Oversee hiring of all camp staff (maintenance, housekeeping and kitchen, ranging seasonally from 10 – 35 employees plus 32 additional Summer Program Staff.

    Work with 4-H Camp Resident Directors, State Specialists, County Extension Agents and Volunteers to carry out Florida 4-H residential camping long range plan, and ensure sustainable facilities and quality program opportunities for 4-H campers and outside user groups. Specifically work with county faculty to establish clear lines of communication related to educational objectives and supportive educational activities, as well as assignment of educational staff and scheduling of facilities. Responsible for the implementation of the core residential camping curriculum during specified activities.

    Organize and conduct 4-H Camping staff development annually, teaching principles of 4-H camping program design and related camp topics. Provide program and administrative leadership for the camp program committees for all three camps. Work closely with the Camp Resident Directors and in partnership with the Associate State Program Leader, on planning meetings, strategy sessions, program enhancement, resource procedures and other related camping responsibilities.

    Increase the capacity of the Florida 4-H camping program through marketing efforts, donor relations, and new collaborations.


  • Friday, April 09, 2021 7:38 PM | Anonymous member


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    4. Marine Research Associate III, Coastal Resources Center, Kingston, RI

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