Environmental education assistants needed!

Are you a 14- to 17-year-old who wants to spend time exploring outdoors with campers this summer? Do you want to build skills, gain experience, and have fun while volunteering? If so, we hope you’ll apply to be an Environmental Education Assistant (EEA) with Maine Audubon’s summer day camps for children ages 3-9 at Gilsland Farm in Falmouth!

Environmental Education Assistant (EEA) application

Environmental Education Assistants play an important role in the success of our summer programs by being role models for campers and helping to implement lessons and activities. This position will help you gain leadership and education skills while having fun and learning more about nature. 

Participants will receive a camp t-shirt and a letter that documents volunteer hours and activities completed during the summer session.  

Camps run weekly June 27 through August 26. We ask EEAs to attend a short training the evening of June 22, and to commit to volunteering during two weeks of camp (can be non-consecutive weeks). Please see the application for a more detailed schedule, or contact Molly Woodring (mwoodring@maineaudubon.org) with any questions.