Looking for an office with a view, a meaningful career in the outdoor industry, and being part of a community that cares?
Wilderness Field Instructors for Evoke Therapy Programs become teachers and positive role models for adolescents and adults looking to build their confidence and self-esteem in the Red Rocks of Southern Utah or the eastern edge of the Cascade Range in Oregon. Energetic, fun and creative individuals who love the outdoors are encouraged to apply. Now accepting applications for the next orientation session from September 30th–October 6th. Learn more about the application process »
Evoke at Entrada was rated #46 on Outside Magazine's top 100 places to work in 2015 (and #6 in the Health and Wellness category)!
Looking for a way to spend extended time living, working and traveling abroad while adding a line to your resume and gaining real world experience?
BUNAC programs provide you with the opportunity to live and work legally abroad, gain real world experience, make new friends, and internationalize your resume while earning money to travel and explore. With work, travel and volunteering opportunities around the world, traveling with BUNAC will be one of the most fun, challenging and rewarding experiences you'll ever have!
If you reside outside the U.S., explore your work, volunteer and internship abroad options with BUNAC UK.
WisCorps crews complete high priority conservation and community revitalization projects across the state of Wisconsin and the Upper Midwest.
Serving both as a work supervisor and mentor, experienced adult WisCorps Crew Leaders will lead teams of 4-5 Corps Members on hands-on projects that may include new trail construction, trail and habitat restoration, bridge and walk way construction, stream bank stabilization, reforestation and invasive species management. Conservation Crew positions for the fall 2016 season run mid-September through mid-November (weather dependent). If you are highly self-motivated, hardworking, confident, autonomous and relish rugged working conditions, fill out the online application (be ready to also include a cover letter and resume) or email Willie Bittner for more info.
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Apple Acres Farm is located in a beautiful, rural area with a strong community in the western mountains of Maine.
Apple Acres Farm is seeking a half-term Apprentice to begin work around Labor Day through November. Most of the work will entail picking, grading, boxing and shipping apples, working in the farm store, assisting in farm tours, and learning about farm business management. Work in the farm store entails making products such as applesauce or apple chips, stocking shelves, making apple cider doughnuts and working in the farm cafe serving ice cream and sandwiches, as well as cleaning. Most of the experience here will not be in learning farm skills, although that will be part of it. It will be more about being inside the nucleus of a farm, learning what it takes to farm, and how fun and tough it can be! To apply, send a short email to Molly Griffin McKenna describing yourself, your upbringing and influences, and any relevant experience or reasons why you are interested in farming.