Jobs, Internships, and Other Opportunities



Communications Assistant
Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance

Are you some tech and communication savvy with a passion for STEM education? The Communications Assistant will support MMSA through the maintenance of the organization’s websites, social media presence and marketing and communication campaigns. This position may support the organization by providing design services related to the job. The position also supports the internal IT systems through managing software licenses and coordinating support via an external supplier.

Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance (MMSA) is a small non-profit organization based in Augusta, Maine. We develop and apply research and best practices in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education. MMSA’s special strength is rooted in building relationships among schools, organizations, individuals and communities to advance STEM education in Maine and the nation. MMSA offers a work culture that is very team-oriented and is rooted in the belief that high-quality professional development and programming can influence the future of our state. MMSA staff includes some of the best talents in STEM education, including researchers and curriculum specialists.

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Lakeside Classroom Field Teacher
Bryant Pond 4-H Camp and Learning Center

We are seeking qualified, high-energy individuals to work in our Lakeside Classroom. The mission of the University of Maine 4-H Center in Bryant Pond is to educate and inspire people of all ages and backgrounds toward social, economic, and environmental sustainability and conservation through affordable, experiential learning. Our campus is nestled on the shores of Lake Christopher in Bryant Pond, Maine with 160 acres of forest and mountain trails leading to remote campsites, streams, ponds, wetlands, and a mountain summit.

The Lakeside Classroom program focuses on teaching environmental education and teambuilding to students, kindergarten through college. The primary responsibility of Field Teachers is to provide students with high quality programming in ecology, teambuilding, challenge course/climbing wall, and outdoor skills. Group management and team building skills are an important part of this position, and make up to 70% of what we do. We reached over 3,000 school children in our year-round Lakeside Classroom programs in 2016. We also work with over 1,000 youth in our open enrollment summer camp. This fall position runs until mid November, with limited opportunity for winter extensions in afterschool and expeditionary roles.

The Field Teacher position at Bryant Pond 4-H Center’s Lakeside Classroom is roughly based on a five-day work week starting Monday morning and ending before 6:00 pm on Friday. Field Teachers may be asked to work occasional weekends on a rotating basis for specialty programs and will be compensated for extra days. On nights when participants are staying over, Field Teachers
will take turns monitoring the bunkhouses until around 9:00pm. The Director on Duty and Medic are on-call after evening meds each night. Most weeks will consist of two or three overnight programs. This job demands a great deal of energy, flexibility and commitment; field teachers often plan and prepare lessons outside of the regular workday.

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Executive Director 
Cathance River Education Alliance (CREA)

The Cathance River Education Alliance (CREA) in Topsham, Maine is seeking a creative, passionate, and nature-oriented leader to keep CREA in the forefront of exciting and innovative hands-on environmental education. CREA’s mission is to use the natural resources of the Cathance River Preserve to promote ecological awareness and nature-based learning among students, educators, and the public; to foster the wise use of the Preserve; and to prepare future stewards of the Cathance River. CREA is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation registered in the State of Maine and formed in 2000 following an agreement between the developer Central Topsham Associates, LLC and the citizens’ group Topsham’s Future to establish the 235-acre Cathance River Preserve. Please visit our website


The position will require working 30-40 hours per week and will have a competitive salary based on experience and qualifications. Applicants should have an active interest in the outdoors and be able to participate in activities on the Preserve. Experience in education and/or with youth is desirable. Anticipated start date is no later than October 1, 2017. If interested, please email CREA with a letter of interest and resume to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Review of resumes will begin by August 1, 2017.








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