FortWhyte Alive is dedicated to providing students with the highest quality environmental education in an outdoor setting. For over 30 years, our programs have offered opportunities for students and teachers to re-connect and learn about nature… in nature.
Our environmental education programs are constantly growing and reaching students all across Manitoba. Volunteers are needed to guide students, assisting staff deliver programming. Some roles require program-specific training, while others are open to any with a passion for getting kids outside and discovering the world around them.
School Program Leaders / Leader de programmes scolaires
We are looking for School Program Leaders for Spring 2018. We are looking for engaging and committed individuals who are looking to share their enthusiasm for the outdoors and commitment to the environment, teach today’s young people to appreciate nature, and do something that matters!
Start date/term of position: September 2018 (10 weeks)
Commitment: Two two-hour sessions per week
Application deadline: ongoing
Please note that a vulnerable sector check may be required.
After university, I was a looking for a job and unsure of how to put my science degree to good use. I started at FortWhyte as a school program volunteer and was then asked to join the education team. Now, I work in educating, inspiring and encouraging kids to be more sustainable — it’s super rewarding to be on the front lines of social change.
- Nicole L.,
For more information on volunteer opportunities, please contact Sharyl Eaglesham, Volunteer Resources Manager at (204) 989-8355 ext. 213 or email firstname.lastname@example.org