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Trees For Tomorrow is now accepting applications until 4pm on November 7th for two part-time positions: Special Events Coordinator and Office Manager.

SPECIAL EVENTS COORDINATOR - Now accepting applications!

Position may be based out of Trees For Tomorrow's Eagle River or Green Bay office.


Events: 90%

  • Plans, promotes, and markets special events such as the Scholarship Golf Outing, Forest Fest, and Annual Banquet, and any additional seasonal special events.
  • Solicits and recognizes donors/raffle prizes
  • Arranges special permits, if applicable.
  • Gathers supplies needed for each event. Works with OM and Director on purchasing new supplies as needed and working within designated budget.
  • Communicates with the Director and appropriate board and advisory council members, when needed.
  • Participates in community meetings regarding special events on campus.
  • Keeps thorough records related to each event.
  • Evaluates the success and effectiveness of each event and makes changes/improvements as necessary.

General: 10%

  • Immediate supervisor: Operations Manager.
  • Answers phones and greets guests as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Benefits/Job Details

  • Salary position with an average of 20 hours/week at $18/hr.
  • Benefits based on part-time hours.

Application deadline: Friday, November 7th at 4pm.
Starting date: January 1, 2015

To apply, send a cover letter and a resume to Cheryl Todea, Trees For Tomorrow, Events Coordinator Application, PO Box 609, Eagle River, WI  54521 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Call 715-479-6456 for more information.


OFFICE MANAGER - Now accepting applications!


General Duties (50%):

  • Staffs front office, answers phones, greets guests, and provides information to the public in a timely and professional manner
  • Processes tree seedling orders
  • Maintains membership, board, and other mailing lists
  • Maintains accurate attendance records
  • Manages gift shop – checks inventory, balances cash drawer daily
  • Proofreads Tree Tips quarterly newsletter and coordinates mailing of each issue
  • Maintains all front office files
  • Creates all workshop files
  • Creates school group rosters
  • Processes ski equipment rental information
  • Invoices all groups/workshops
  • Oversees bulk and special mailings
  • Other general office duties as assigned by Operations Manager and/or Executive Director

Financial Duties (50%): (subject to change)

  • Processes bi-monthly payroll and corresponding reports
  • Prepares Quarterly Unemployment Form UC101 and quarterly 941 reports
  • Prepares Monthly Income Statement
  • Works with Executive Director on the budget
  • Prepares annual W2s and corresponding reports
  • Completes monthly bank reconciliations for all 4 accounts
  • Maintains detailed spreadsheets for all accounts
  • Pays bills monthly with the Executive Director’s guidance
  • Processes all bank deposits
  • Tracks all credit card payments

Benefits/Salary Details

  • Salary position with an average of 24 hours/week at $18/hour
  • Benefits based on part-time hours

Desirable qualifications for this position:

  • Prior office management, customer service, and bookkeeping experience. Degree in Business Administration or equivalent a plus.
  • Able to be bonded and become a notary public
  • Excellent communication skills, friendly/outgoing personality, detail-oriented, ability to multitask, self-motivated

Application deadline: Friday, November 7th at 4pm.
Starting date: November 17, 2014

To apply, send a cover letter and a resume to Cheryl Todea, Trees For Tomorrow, Office Manager Application, PO Box 609, Eagle River, WI  54521 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Call 715-479-6456 for more information.





Trees For Tomorrow Natural Resources Specialty School in Eagle River, Wisconsin, is now accepting applications for a full-time, permanent Teacher/Naturalist.

Responsibilities include:

  • Prepare and teach all academic courses and special programs in the TFT curriculum including topics such as forestry, wildlife, outdoor skills, and water quality. Primary target audience is K-12 school groups.
  • Present courses and special programs according to TFT’s curriculum plan in a knowledgeable, stimulating, engaging, and objective manner resulting in student participation and an effective learning experience.  Assess student learning based on Best Practices for student assessment.
  • Operate all equipment related to course and program presentation including vehicles.


  • Bachelor’s degree in the field of natural resources, natural resources education, or related field
  • Ability to teach various natural resource and science topics to a variety of audiences with a focus on K-12 students.
  • Positive attitude.
  • High sense of professionalism and strong team player.
  • Good organizational skills and self-motivated
  • Able to earn a CDL (for driving school bus)
  • Valid Responding to Emergencies or Medical Emergency Responder certification.


This position is year-round, full-time.  Starting Salary: $25,000 with full benefits

Application deadline: Friday, September 5.
Starting date: immediately.

To apply, send a letter of application and a resume to Cheryl Todea, Operations Manager, Trees For Tomorrow, PO Box 609, Eagle River, WI  54521 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Call 715-479-6456 for more information.



Trees For Tomorrow is seeking a part-time Housekeeper.

Responsibilities include:

  • Setting up and cleaning dorms
  • Cleaning administrative offices
  • Cleaning classrooms
  • Cleaning vehicles
  • Other duties as assigned by Head of Housekeeping and Operations Manager.

Qualifications include:

  • Dependability
  • Attention to detail
  • Flexibility
  • Ability to work cooperatively with others
  • Willing to work early morning, evening, and/or weekend hours
  • High school diploma or GED.

Apply in person at Trees For Tomorrow, 519 Sheridan Road East, Eagle River, WI 54521 or call 715-479-6456 for an application.




Seasonal Naturalist working with students during Forest Measurements.
Three 12-month positions
(August 24, 2014 -August 14, 2015)
Application deadline: April 18

Trees For Tomorrow is seeking highly motivated individuals who would like to gain experience teaching people of all ages about the wise use and proper management of natural resources. Our seasonal naturalists are career development positions which let you experience first hand whether teaching about and in the outdoors is for you. You will work side-by-side with professional foresters, naturalists and environmental educators. You will also meet a variety of professionals in the natural resources and environmental fields that we rely on for expert advice and assistance.

The program begins with a first week of extensive training in our curriculum and teaching programs within the first few weeks. Soon you will also be giving evening naturalist programs, teaching a variety of indoor and outdoor classes, and assisting with other duties on which our school depends. During the winter you will be teaching cross-country ski techniques and leading ski tours that blend in natural resource education. By spring you will be teaching a host of other programs. You will learn to lead bog studies, Northwoods tree identification, orienteering, wildlife programs on wolves, beaver, and bats, as well as water resource activities on area lakes and rivers. Throughout the program time, seasonal naturalists identify a special project to work on which may include curriculum development, display creation, trail development, or anything else we identify is an interest to you and Trees For Tomorrow will benefit from.

Experience Gained:

  • Teaching a variety of educational activities for diverse audiences, both inside and outside.
  • Designing and developing an interpretive project or educational curriculum activity for use in the ongoing programs at Trees For Tomorrow.
  • Having your teaching style evaluated by professional staff.
  • Gaining experience in animal care and handling for programs.
  • Learning about the natural history and resource management techniques of Wisconsin's Northwoods.
  • Writing for Northbound, a quarterly news magazine, about natural resource and environmental issues published by Trees For Tomorrow.
  • Gaining computer and audio-visual skills.
  • Networking with resource professionals from the U.S. Forest Service, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, and a variety of forest products industries, to gain a perspective on natural resource careers.
  • Additional learning opportunities through off-site educational workshops, in-house special programs and staff enrichment sessions.
  • Planning and presenting family and youth summer programs.
  • Making new friends and lifelong memories while doing a little hard work in Wisconsin's Northwoods!
  • Meeting course requirements as requested by your college or university, if necessary.


  • Housing and most food.
  • Minimum stipend of $850 per month of program with basic First Aid/CPR Certification.
  • Incentive pay if you have any of the following medical certifications valid through employment term: First Responder, Wilderness First Responder, Responding to Emergencies, Emergency Responder, EMT, or other advanced medical certifications upon approval. Contact Cheryl for more information.
  • Trees For Tomorrow staff jacket.
  • Vacation, holiday, and sick days.
  • Great experience for you and your career.
  • Ongoing training and professional development.


  • A willingness to learn is the most important ingredient!
  • High motivation to learn and teach about natural resources, coupled with good people skills.
  • A positive attitude and ability to work well with others.
  • Willingness to care for and handle program animals.
  • An ability to communicate to a variety of ages and backgrounds.
  • Cross-country ski experience is a plus but much can be learned at Trees For Tomorrow.
  • Prior program experience (camp counselor, environmental education, mentoring, teaching) is preferred. 
  • College gradutes preferred.
  • Well-qualified applicants will have backgrounds in biology, environmental education, natural resources, outdoor recreation, or other natural sciences.
  • Minimum of First Aid/CPR certification valid through employment term.

To Apply:
Send resume, cover letter, and references to:

Laura Lorenz
Seasonal Naturalist Coordinator
Trees For Tomorrow
PO Box 609
Eagle River, WI 54521
Phone:  715-479-6456    Ext. 235
E-mail:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Application deadline: April 15, 2014.


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