Sustainability Education Instructor - The College of Education at Pacific University is looking for an instructor to teach 3 courses; one in the fall, 2 in spring. The fall course is intended to give students a basic understanding of the theory and practice behind the Environmental Literacy and No Child Left Inside movements. Students in the spring courses work in collaboration with the Forest Grove School District’s School Garden Coordinator to support school gardens and outdoor learning across the district. For more information and to apply contact Dr. Zijdemans Boudreau at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Executive Director - Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center: Help to shape and lead a treasured environmental access and education organization at a time of great renewal. Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center is dedicated to providing transformative wilderness experiences that grow a community of environmental advocates. Application reviews will begin July 2.

Education and Outreach Coordinator - National Wildlife Federation and Association of Northwest Steelheaders: This AmeriCorps position through Confluence Environmental Center promotes environmental justice and engages communities and partners in opportunities that help develop access to outdoor experiences (Family Fishing Events), coordinates salmon education initiatives (Fish Eggs to Fry), supports sustainable environmental education (Eco-Schools USA, Schoolyard Habitats), and recruits wildlife stewards to restore/protect wildlife habitat (Garden for Wildlife). Location: Milwaukie, OR. Application deadline: June 23.

Adventure Guides - Adventures Without Limits (AWL): AWL Adventure Guides are responsible for delivery of safe, instructional outdoor recreation trips to a range of diverse participants including but not limited to: individuals with disabilities, at-risk youth, school groups, seniors, corporate groups, and more. We uphold a culture of inclusivity, mutual support, growth, and learning. Guides will be expected to teach necessary skills and facilitate meaningful outdoor adventures while managing risk and social group dynamics for every trip. While many skill development opportunities are available, applicants should be comfortable in the outdoors and working with participants of all ages and ability levels, including individuals with disabilities. Applications accepted on a rolling basis. Priority deadline: May 10 PST.

Camp Counselors & Interns - Mazamas Wild Summer Day Camps: Full job descriptions and online application can be found at:


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