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Why #TeamTrees?

HEY, we'r'e a fun group to work with - and it's right there in our mission and values.

 

YOU get to impact the future of our world!

The entire staff plays a role in helping our students learn about sustainability and making positive changes to improve the world we live in through memorable hands-on experiences. 

 

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See the life-long impact a Trees For Tomorrow experience has on a student

 

Hospitality Assistant,
Part-Time

What does it mean to be a Hospitality Assistant at Trees For Tomorrow?

  • Help provide and serve healthy nutritious homemade meals to guests in our historic dining hall.
  • Help provide a clean and safe environment in our dorms and all our buildings on campus.
  • Be a part of something bigger and help make a difference!

What are the benefits of working at Trees For Tomorrow?

  • Part-time year-round employment
  • Flexible schedules
  • Meals while working
  • Friendly and supportive work family
  • Participating in special events

Still unsure if Trees For Tomorrow is right for you?

You can job shadow a current Hospitality employee for a ½ day or just a few hours and have lunch on us! This would also include a campus tour and more information about Trees For Tomorrow and what we do.

If interested, please contact Mandy Gingerich Operations Manager at mandy@treesfortomorrow.com or 715.479.6456 x228

Please apply in person at 519 E Sheridan St. Eagle River, WI 54521. Our office hours are Monday-Friday 9am-3pm. Any questions please call 715.479.6456.

2022 Environmental Education Interns (2)
June 6 - August 12, 2022

Interns will gain hands-on, real world experiences working with and assisting professional environmental education staff in leading hands-on outdoor education programs for all ages and maintaining educational resources. Additional opportunities exist to assist Trees For Tomorrow staff with events. Come learn new skills in environmental education! Click here to download position description and requirements.

Environmental Science Educator (part time)

Position Summary

The primary responsibility of the Environmental Educator is to teach science-based, educational programs for school-age children. During the school year, the environmental educator aligns teaching with curriculum requirements. This program requires implementation of inquiry-based field programs on forestry, wildlife, climate/energy and related topics. During the summer, the educator will develop and lead nature-based activities for summer day programs for all ages with a foucs on sustainability. The Environmental Educator will also assist with community programs for families and adults. This position is part time, 20 hours per week.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Present courses and special programs in a manner resulting in student participation and an effective learning experience.
  • Coordinate and lead TFT’s “Natural Resources Careers Exploration (NRCEW)” week for high schoolers
  • Guide participants in outdoor inquiry-based learning and activities.
  • Assess student learning and improve educational programs.
  • Operate all equipment related to course and program presentation including vehicles with trailers.
  • Interact with live program animals, and animal artifacts such as skulls, pelts, and other taxidermy.

 

Download the position description to learn more!

 

TO APPLY: Email cover letter, resume, and 3 references to Kim Feller at kim@treesfortomorrow.com