|Hiring Manager||Kassi Archambault|
The Woonasquatucket River Watershed Council (WRWC) is seeking an Education Intern to support all aspects of our educational and outreach programs. For over 10 years, the WRWC has delivered environmental educational programming to youth and adults in the effort to revitalize the Woonasquatucket River and its surrounding neighborhoods. Our program partners include cities and towns surrounding the Woonasquatucket River, the Providence After School Alliance (PASA), local community centers and non-profits, local K-12 schools, colleges and universities. All of our educational programs on the lower river (in Johnston, North Providence and Providence) stem from a program called the “Dos and Don’ts of the Woonasquatucket River”, a public safety program developed in partnership with the United Stated Environmental Protection Agency. Additionally, we have developed and teach from “Fish in the Classroom,” “River Adventurers,” “Environmental Leaders,” “River Rangers Job Training,” and an “Active Watershed Education, It’s AWEsome!” curricula. The Education Intern will work in collaboration with the Education Director and WRWC staff to teach and improve upon our educational curricula and outreach materials and bring these programs to the community.
Time commitment: March to June with opportunities to extend through July and August, 10 to 20 hours per week. We can be flexible on time.
Compensation: Preference would go to an internship for credit or a Brown University LINK/SEW Award; however, we would consider a work-study or stipend arrangement.
· Assist with all aspects of the WRWC’s educational programming including:
o curricula review, revision and expansion
· Assist with procurement of all program supplies
· Courses taken in Education and/or Environmental Studies;
· Be in pursuance of an educational or environmental career;
· Competency in basic Microsoft Office software;
· Comfortable working with a diverse group of people;
· Ability to work some afternoon days;
· Excellent written communication skills;
· Excellent phone and people skills;
· Provide at least two professional references;
· Can transport self reliably within Providence.
Preferred qualifications (not required):
· Experience with environmental or science education;
· Experience presenting to large groups;
· Some Spanish language skills;
· Experience working within a diverse community.
|Skills||Mentoring Writing Teaching Learning/Education|