Why Trees For Tomorrow?

• Association with a well-established natural resources specialty school

• Training opportunities to support professional development

• Fun and supportive environment

• Flexible schedule

• Meals provided during shiftwhen available

Trees For Tomorrow is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Trees For Tomorrows mission is to promote sustainable management of our natural resources through transformative educational experiences. 

HOSPITALITY ASSISTANT - Now accepting applications!

Looking for part-time year-round work? Want to help spread smiles? Interested in working in the hospitality field?

Trees For Tomorrow, a private school serving students from all over the Midwest, is now hiring year-round, part-time, Hospitality Assistants to join our team of positive, professional, and friendly staff. This position would primarily be evening and weekend shifts from 1-7pm. Some day shifts may be available periodically.

• Prepare and serve meals to groups of 10-100 youth, adults, and families
• Clean dining area, dorms, classrooms, and offices
• Assist with special projects in maintenance, office, and event   
departments, as needed.

• Excellent customer service skills
• Attention to detail
• Good health habits
• Ability to follow and/or develop recipes and prepare meals to serve variety of group sizes with a variety of dietary needs.
• Ability to work cooperatively with others and independently
• Ability to lift, push, pull, and carry a minimum of 25 pounds.
• Ability to stand for long periods of time.
• Ability to pass a pre-employment and random employment background and drug check.

Start date: Open until filled.

To apply, stop in Trees For Tomorrow for an application Monday-Friday, 8am-4:30pm. For more information or for a campus tour, ask for Mandy or Cheryl.

Environmental Education Internship Positions!

2 positions June 12 – August 17


  • At least 18 years old.
  • Willingness to learn and teach in the classroom and various outdoor settings using various equipment such as canoes.
  • Positive attitude and ability to work well with others.
  • Ability to communicate with a variety of ages and backgrounds.
  • Current student in natural resources, biology, education or related fields.
  • First Aid/CPR certification through internship term is desirable. (Lifeguard certification a plus!)
  • Willingness to work variety of shifts, including nights and weekends.
  • Willingness to drive a 15-passenger van with canoe trailer.
  • Willingness to work with animal artifacts such as skulls, pelts, and related taxidermy.
  • Ability to walk 5 miles over rough terrain with a 20-pound pack.

Benefits/Experience Gained:

  • TFT staff willing to work with you to gain internship credits through your school.
  • On-site living in a dorm with lounge and most meals served and provided by our food service staff.
  • One-on-one training and professional development opportunities.
  • Gain experience in effective hands-on teaching techniques from our professional staff.
  • Valuable teaching experience under the mentorship of professional teaching staff.
  • Opportunity to create and evaluate own lesson plan under the direction of a professional educator.
  • Experience in animal care and handling.
  • Networking opportunities with local resource professionals.
  • Making new friends and lifelong memories while living in the Northwoods!
  • A $900 scholarship will be awarded upon completion. 

Questions or To apply: Send cover letter, resume, and include at least 2 letters of reference to

Melissa Friel, Education Manager

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Positions are open until filled!

Click here to download a copy of the internship position description