SUMMER NATURALIST INTERN - Now accepting Applications!
Trees For Tomorrow Natural Resources Specialty School, located in Eagle River, Wisconsin, is searching for several highly motivated individuals interested in gaining experience teaching people of all ages about sustainability and proper management of natural resources.
2 positions May 20 – July 3
2 positions June 29-August 14
Apply for 1 session or both!
- Willingness to learn and teach in the classroom and various outdoor settings.
- Positive attitude and ability to work well with others.
- Ability to communicate with a variety of ages and backgrounds.
- Current student at UWSP in natural resources, biology, or education fields.
- Minimum First Aid/CPR certification through internship term. (Lifeguard certification a plus!)
- Willingness to work variety of shifts, including nights and weekends.
- Interest in having fun while sharing your knowledge with others!
- On-site living in a 4-bedroom house and most meals served and provided by our food service staff.
- Training and professional development opportunities.
- Ongoing learning on effective hands-on teaching techniques from our professional staff.
- Valuable teaching experience.
- An education about the Northwoods.
- Experience in animal care and handling.
- Networking opportunities with local resource professionals.
- Making new friends and lifelong memories while living in the Northwoods!
- TFT staff willing to work with you and your professors on Independent Study or Internship credits.
- References for future jobs!
Call 715-479-6456 for more information.
FOOD SERVICE ASSISTANT - Now accepting Applications!
Trees For Tomorrow is seeking part-time Food Service Assistants
Start date: April 6, 2015
- Preparing meals and beverages
- Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, and/or snacks to guests
- Cleaning the dining and kitchen areas
- Other duties as assigned by Food Service Managers and Operations Manager.
- Execellent customer service skills
- Ability to plan, cook and serve groups of 20-100 people
- Good health habits as required by state law
- Ability to work cooperatively with others but also be willing to work independantly
- Willing to work early morning, afternoon, evening, and/or weekend hours
- Passing a background check
- High school diploma or GED
- Association with a well-established natural resources specialty school.
- Varied schedule.
- Participating in special events.
- Hours will vary throughout the year, but will average 15-30 hours per week most weeks
Apply in person 8am-4pm at Trees For Tomorrow, 519 Sheridan Road East, Eagle River, WI 54521 or call 715-479-6456 for an application.