The Project Assistant will work closely with the Education and Operations departments to coordinate volunteers and programs designed to preserve, maintain, and protect the historic Emerald Necklace. Primarily, he/she will be responsible for developing curriculum and activities targeted to youth and families on topics such as invasive plants, habitat, woodland restoration, plant and animal ID and leading Sunday programming on these issues. The position is a paid, part-time position starting mid-March. See full description here.
To apply for the Project Assistant position: Please send a cover letter and resumé to Ellen Arnstein, Field Operations Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org