CEC seeks Houston Community Field Trip Coordinator

Citizens’ Environmental Coalition seeks a recent college graduate for a six-month, paid internship to build a digital environmental education program for students to interact virtually with biologists and wildlife from various locations across the Gulf Coast region to build environmental literacy.

Working with partners, the candidate will bring synchronous programming to the region. They will arrange to go to one new, natural location per week, to connect classrooms and students to significant places in the region. This includes the beaches, Pineywoods, prairies, and urban forests. They will also build a digital library of asynchronous programming to be used by educators in digital classrooms to increase environmental literacy and correspond with state learning objectives. Content will be housed on hereinhouston.org.

Learn more with this link to the position, posted through Student Conservation Association.

CEC Seeks Event Coordinator Intern for Films

Citizen’ Environmental Coalition seeks an intern to work as part of a team to support efforts to manage the Houston Green Film Series. The intern will manage a customized project based on the interest and experience. Typical tasks might include: write and edit communication materials for marketing monthly events, build relationships with community partners to solicit local films, attend and participate in community outreach events, select and screen films for both the Wild About Houston and Wild & Scenic film festivals, organize and manage a volunteer film selection committee, identify potential sponsors, develop sponsorship materials, & plan solicitation, and craft a compilation of local films to screen at venues across Houston.

The paid positions are full for the summer; contact Alicia at [email protected] to discuss volunteer options.

CEC Seeks Environmental Education Intern

Citizen’ Environmental Coalition seeks an intern to manage details for multiple professional development workshops for teachers across the region. The intern will participate in the workshops and gain experience or certification, where applicable, in project-based learning, Project WILD, and Project Aquatic WILD. The intern will learn how to create meaningful lessons on climate change, native prairies, waste management, watersheds and how to differentiate for elementary, middle and high school students.

The paid position has been filled for the summer; contact Alicia at [email protected] to discuss a volunteer position.